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DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper 2011 attendee directory

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Andy Gibson

Storm ID Employee, Scottish DDDeveloper, Speaker, Event Organiser and Gamer bio from Twitter

Saqib Shaikh

Software engineer at Microsoft, using technology to build a more inclusive world. Tech Lead for Seeing AI (http://seeingai.com). bio from Twitter

Simon P Stevens

Developer, currently .net. Likes anything techie; into XNA, microcontrollers, photography and RC planes - although one day I want a real one. bio from Twitter

Chris

Software Gardener

Chris Murray

Software Engineer; Managing Director @epiGenesys; Honorary Academic @ShefCompSci @SheffieldUni; Organiser @SWSheffield.

Sean Ronan

head of technology for audionetwork, pilot and diver, although not all at the same time.

John Armstrong-Prior

Agile web developer with Alt.Net tendencies and penchant for Javascript coding. Vinyl playing music fan. Married with one daughter in Derbyshire. bio from Twitter

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ColinGemmell

Polyglot developer mainly using ruby and rails. Lover of many things but mainly beer and music, preferably at the same time bio from Twitter

Craig Rowe

Coder, Blogger, Atheist, Self-Labeller, former Headscaper now trixter bio from Twitter

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David Burns

The Automated Tester at Mozilla and .NET/Python/JavaScript fan! Selenium Committer. Author of 2 Selenium Books. Co-Editing Browser Automation W3C specification. bio from Twitter

Andy Hey

Dad. Ops Director. Occasional Gamer. Yorkshireman. Often Grumpy. Hairy Ears. My Own Views. bio from Twitter

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DaveSussman

Developer, Author, Trainer bio from Twitter

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Craig Murphy

I write (articles & reviews), I podcast, I speak (at developer events), I organise (developer events), I evangelise (about Community), Microsoft MVP bio from Twitter

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Phil Winstanley

British .NET chap based in Lancashire. Enjoys tea, tech and food. Work for Microsoft. Words and views are my own and are not representative of my employer. bio from Twitter

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Helen Emerson

Developer, baker of brownies. bio from Twitter

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Guy Smith-Ferrier

Developer, speaker, author, blogger, MVP, founder of #dotnetdevnet and #dddsw bio from Twitter

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Phil Collins

Software developer by day, video gamer by night. The Patron Saint of Free Beer. Apparently. bio from Twitter

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Ian Cooper

Software Developer in London, founder of #ldnug, speaker, tabletop gamer, geek. Tattooed, pierced, and bearded. The 'guv' on @BrighterCommand bio from Twitter

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Mike Hadlow

Software guy, blogger, author of EasyNetQ and Suteki Shop. History, science and technology geek. Lover of prog rock, Tintin, Lego and old cars. bio from Twitter

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Gary Short

Head of Data Science @Blackmarble. | Microsoft MVP C# | Data Wrangler | Python | NodeJS | R | NLTK | UCINET | Numpy | Hadoop | Pig | Hive | bio from Twitter

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Liam Westley

.NET developer and Microsoft MVP in Virtual Machines. Enjoys presenting at user groups and community conferences. Head of Engineering at IMC in Hammersmith. bio from Twitter

Simon Harriyott

Busy .NET software entwickler at a Premier League-winning football club. Mentor. Founder of @MatchMatix. Guitarist, bassist, accordionist, and drummist. bio from Twitter

James

Jquery, Python, Django, .Net MVC = Pretty much what I do

Tim

SME Business owner, ASP.Net C# Web Developer and Kayaker. From Brockhampton (Herefordshire). For business tweets see @thesitedoc and @crisiscover bio from Twitter

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