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A passionate, hands-on software architect and thought leader with over 15 years’ experience, including that as a technical lead, team leader and director in start-ups through to large organizations. Expert at working with large, geographically dispersed teams on enterprise software and specialise in stakeholder engagement, requirements analysis, design, information security and software security. Deep understanding of the Microsoft technology stack and environment. Strong communication and interpersonal skills including evangelism and presenting. Frequent innovator with two US patent applications. Adept at translating between business and technical worlds.

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Apr
10
answered How can I make my logging more useful?
Feb
2
answered In Scrum, who verifies “Done”?
Jan
27
comment Console Application vs GUI?
Why is consuming so little CPU, RAM and GPU that important? 200 MB on a PC is nothing. If you want to write it in C/C++ and WTL or the console APIs you can probably get it down much further but it will likely take longer to write and be harder to debug. If this is an academic exercise, go ahead.
Jan
26
answered Console Application vs GUI?
Jan
25
answered Is it better expose a collection or an API to the collection?
Dec
24
awarded  Revival
Nov
5
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
4
comment IL and case-sensitivity
@svick Good point. Forgot that. Updated the answer.
Nov
4
revised IL and case-sensitivity
Mentions syntax to handle keywords used as identifiers.
Nov
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
3
comment IL and case-sensitivity
@Ali.NET Keywords are only problematic in identifiers only, such as class and method names. For example, a class called MustInherit might be fine in C# might may cause problems in VB.NET.
Nov
3
revised How to make code-review feel less like a way to *shift* the responsibility?
Typos
Nov
3
revised IL and case-sensitivity
Typos
Nov
3
revised How to make code-review feel less like a way to *shift* the responsibility?
Changed assigned to told
Nov
3
answered How to make code-review feel less like a way to *shift* the responsibility?
Nov
3
revised How to know how much detailed requirements should be?
Clarified acceptance requirement detail point
Nov
3
answered IL and case-sensitivity
Nov
2
answered How to know how much detailed requirements should be?
Nov
2
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
29
awarded  Enlightened