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.NET developers

  • Norm Johanson
  • Andy Hopper
  • Bryan Hogan
  • David Pallmann
  • François Bouteruche
  • Isaac Levin
  • Tom Moore
  • Steve Roberts
  • Norm Johanson
  • Norm Johanson
    “I have the fun job of having all of AWS to play with and building .NET SDK and Tools for AWS. With 10 years done I'm still excited for the future of .NET and AWS.”
    Norm Johanson, .NET Lead Engineer, AWS
     Follow @socketnorm on Twitter
  • Andy Hopper
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    Andy Hopper is the worldwide tech leader for Microsoft workloads at AWS, specializing in migrating and modernizing applications. Andy was a software developer for 25 years before joining AWS and loves to help other developers understand how to get the most out of the AWS platform.
    Andy Hopper, Worldwide Tech Leader, Microsoft Workloads, AWS
     Follow u/andyhoppatamazon on Reddit  Follow @hoppersoft on Twitter
  • Bryan Hogan
  • Bryan Hogan Net Community
    "I am a software architect, blogger, podcaster, Microsoft MVP in developer technologies, and Pluralsight author."
    Bryan Hogan, .NET Developer Advocate, AWS
     Follow @bryanjhogan on Twitter  No Dogma Blog  No Dogma Podcast
  • David Pallmann
  • David Pallmann Net Community
    “My focus is making the AWS cloud a world-class experience for .NET enterprise developers. I love to build things, especially when there's an opportunity to innovate and be creative.”
    David Pallmann, Manager, .NET Developer Advocacy, AWS
     Follow @davidpallmann on Twitter  Hello, Cloud blog  GitHub
  • François Bouteruche
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    François Bouteruche is a Senior Developer Advocate at Amazon Web Services, based in Paris. He is a tech enthusiast and international conference presenter with a strong background around .NET development and DevOps philosophy and practices.
    Sr. Developer Advocate, Modern Applications, AWS (Paris)
     Follow @fbouteruche on Twitter  Follow François Bouteruche on LinkedIn
  • Isaac Levin
  • Norm Johanson
    "I have always been interested in things beyond the horizon, and my eyes lit up when I first started reading into Cloud Computing and how we can extend our reach by leveraging technologies not only maintained by large organizations but the Open Source Community as well."
    Isaac Levin, .NET Developer Advocate, AWS
     Follow @isaacrlevin on Twitter  Coffee & Open Source Podcast  GitHub
  • Tom Moore
  • Norm Johanson
    Tom Moore is a Developer Advocate focused on .NET Technologies working for AWS. Currently working out of his basement office in the Suburbs of Boston, Tom has also lived and worked in the UK as well as Australia. Before becoming a Developer Advocate Tom worked as an AWS Solutions Architect helping Enterprise customers migrate to AWS.
    Tom Moore, .NET Developer Advocate, AWS
     Follow @BasementProgra1 on Twitter  Basement Programmer Podcast
  • Steve Roberts
  • Norm Johanson
    Steve Roberts is a Developer Advocate focused on .NET and PowerShell development on AWS. Based in Seattle, Washington, Steve worked as a Senior Development Engineer on the AWS SDKs and tools for .NET and PowerShell developers. He was the development lead for the AWS Tools for PowerShell and the AWS Tools for Azure DevOps, and also worked on the AWS Toolkits for Visual Studio, and Visual Studio Code, plus the AWS SDK for .NET.
    Steve Roberts, Developer Advocate for .NET and PowerShell, AWS
     Follow @bellevuesteve on Twitter  Follow Steve Roberts on LinkedIn

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