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Career vNext

July 4, 2014

I joined Ektron in Feb, 2004.  I started single handed to convert CMS 300 VB/COM technology to .Net now known as CMS400.  Since then, I played a major contribution in every release .  I have always looked for ways to improve the product whether that’s a new role (Developer, Scrum Master, Support, Architect) or a new technology (Cloud, SaaS, eSync, Workflow, Security, Taxonomy, Content Marketing, Campaign Management, etc.,).  For a past decade, I’ve built several challenging modules within Ektron.  In my opinion, one of the biggest advantages of working at Ektron is that it’s easy to explore new technologies.  There’s no shortage of interesting work to do and great people to work with.

I plan to create my own while contributing to my new employer.  I am sad to leave Ektron.  I think CMS400 is going to be an amazing product.  At the same time, I’m excited for the next stage of my career.  I am still happy to answer any questions so don’t hesitate to email me or ping me on Twitter (@nhcloud) about anything.

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Migrating to cloud architecture discussion and cloud device

May 17, 2012

NHDN Cloud Computing talk May 16,2012.

We discussed Architecture Guidance on how to migrate existing systems.  How to utilize all the cloud services, cloud storage and virtual networks.  We explored all cloud devices application development on Windows Phone, iOS, Android.

click here to download the presentation

NHDN Cloud Computing discussion – extreme performance

March 21, 2012

Today’s NHDN Cloud computing UG Lance gave excellent over view of Extreme performance uisng CQRS model.

Abstract: How high volume sites commit so many transactions and serve so many customers.  CQRS Command and Query Responsibility Segregation.  In the simplest form, it is a pattern where the developer has a different model for their writes versus their reads. The effects can be both logical, physical, change business process, scalability indefinitely (by todays standard), and productivity of the individual developer.

You can download the copy of his presentation here

Place: Daniel Webster College (DWC), Eaton Richmond Center (Room #122), 20 University Drive, Nashua, NH 03063.