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Name Mark A. Wilson
Location Charlotte, NC, USA
Bio Software craftsman, consultant and agile .NET/Java web developer. User group leader and event planner. Loving husband, dog foster, and Disney aficionado.

Mark's focus is on building software applications that help–not hinder–people. After all, computers are overly complicated and generally unfriendly enough. Let's strive to make things better.

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DeveloperInfra Seeking what it takes to enable software development. way off topic There are 2 entries for the tag way off topic
Microsoft MVP Award Nomination
I am extremely honored to announce that I have been nominated to receive the Microsoft MVP Award for my contributions in C#! Hold on; I have not won the award yet. But to be nominated is really humbling. Thank you very much! For those of you who may not know, here is a high-level summary of the MVP award: The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Program recognizes and thanks outstanding members of technical communities for their community participation and willingness to help others. The program ......

Posted On Sunday, May 2, 2010 2:57 PM

Mark A. Wilson
Hello. My name is Mark and this is my first blog entry. I took my first steps in the early 1980s when my father brought home the Commodore 64 followed very shortly by the Osborne Executive. I was hooked. Since then, I have never been without at least one computer. As a result, I pursued a career in Information Technology with the explicit focus of building software applications that help–not hinder–people. After all, computers are overly complicated and generally unfriendly enough. Let's strive to ......

Posted On Sunday, March 22, 2009 2:01 AM

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