Featured on the Microsoft .NET Developer site

10/06/2013

I was interviewed by Microsoft as part of their Developer Stories section on the Microsoft.com site.

 

They selected developers using .NET technologies and wanted to get background information about their views and background history. 

 

RobMaher[1]

Rob Maher

Not many developers have Rob Maher’s geographic diversity. Born in Great Britain, he’s worked everywhere from the Philippines and Singapore to Saudi Arabia and the United States. A self-described “serial conference organizer,” he also regularly oversees Scrum, Kanban and Microsoft-related events in his adopted country of New Zealand.

“Fortunately, my wife and four-year-old son like traveling too,” he says.

 

See the full interview here:-

 

http://www.microsoft.com/net/developers/rob-maher

10/06/2013

1 comment :

  1. A smallish campaign with a homemade list would not be likely to yield much of a result. To achieve anything worthwhile, a much more aggressive effort is needed. Then, the age-old value analysis applies: projected earnings = margin on total projected sales - cost of campaign.

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