I'm presently a Software Development Engineer at Microsoft, working on version control in Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server. As part of my work, I work closely on the libgit2 project which provides technical underpinnings for git support in our tools. Prior to working on our git support, I worked on Team Explorer Everywhere, a set of cross-platform tools for Team Foundation Server.
I joined Microsoft through an acquisition of Teamprise, where I developed Teamprise Client Suite, the applications that became Team Explorer Everywhere, as well as Teamprise Remote Accelerator, a product that increased the speed of Team Foundation Server version control for telecommuters and branch offices.
I came to Teamprise from a background developing and implementing other version control tools. I spent several years as a developer at SourceGear, where I worked on the SourceOffSite Collaborative Edition and Vault product teams. After SourceGear, I was IT Director for a media company, where I was responsible for planning and deploying a new revision control system for newsroom content.
Before version control, my career started in the technical computing field at National Center for Supercomputing Applications and later Wolfram Research. My focus was primarily on web-integrating scientific applications.
I previously served on the Prairienet Board of Directors during its inception, and continue to be active in volunteerism and fund raising.
My resume is available.