Mitchel Sellers, Microsoft C# MVP, Microsoft Certified Professional, is the CEO of IowaComputerGurus Inc. He has many years of experience in the software development industry and specializes in development using Microsoft technologies. Over the course of his career he has completed work for many organizations across the world of varying sizes and structures. This experience as a consultant has provided him with a deep understanding of software development and has lead to a focus on proper architecture, performance, stability, and overall cost effectiveness of delivered solutions.
Mitchel is also a regular public speaker, presenting topics at user groups and conferences as time permits. He is the author of "Professional DotNetNuke Module Programming" and is currently working on his next book "Visual Studio 2010 & .NET 4.0 Six-in-One" which is scheduled for publication in early 2010. He has also written many technical articles, which you will find in various online and print publications.
Mitchel is a firm believer in development community involvement. He is an active participant in the .NET and DotNetNuke development communities, has been added as a DotNetNuke Core Team member, and has been awarded Microsoft MVP status for his strong commitment to the development community. Mitchel frequently spends time answering questions on community forums such as StackOverflow, and MSDN.
For full information on Mitchel and his professional experience, certifications, and publications please refer to his resume which is available at MitchelSellers.com.
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