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I am Featured in Community Credit March 28th NewsLetter

I am Featured in Community Credit March 28th NewsLetter

I am happy to share the joyous moments that I am currently featured in March 28th weekly of CommunityCredit Newsletter. Here is the March 28th version of Community Newsletter.





We are proud to highlight some of the folks that are making notable contributions to the development community. We will start off this first newsletter with a mention of a few folks and try to highlight different folks each time. You will also notice that we are now displaying different members of our development community on each page of the website.

Lorenzo Barbieri
Lorenzo is an MVP in Windows-Virtual Machines, the INETA lead South Europe and moderator of the www.WindowServer.it Virtual Machines forum. Normally that would be enough for anyone to handle, but he has quite a number of distinguished accomplishments that could take up an entire newsletter on their own.

Vasudevan Deepak Kumar
Deepak has been working in various capacities in the IT field, ranging from web portal applications to enterprise web applications in ASP, SQL Server 2000. Currently, he is working as an Architect in Verizon Data Services India Private Limited, Chennai, India. With an experience to the tune of five plus years in IT field in cutting edge technologies and real time enterprise solutions. Deepak has learnt the art of untangling the most complex enterprise problem into a most adorable and amicable business solution.

Keith Barrows
Keith has been developing Microsoft based solutions since DOS 2.x was released. He has been active with the communities starting in the 80s with BBS User groups, through the introduction of the Internet and into the modern day community. Keith, along with 14 others, was chosen by Microsoft to create the group known as the ASPInsiders. In the 1st quarter of 2004 he was also added to the ASP.NET MVP roles. A wife, 3 kids, 1 grandson, 3 cats and 2 dogs round out his family.
Jeff Barnes
Jeff Barnes is a Senior Software Engineer for Softech Development based in Birmingham, AL. He has been involved with software development since 1998 and holds an MCSD.NET (C#) certification. His passion for software development is deeply rooted in engineering solutions for the unique challenges often found within the development of distributed systems. He spends a great deal of his spare time reading and experimenting with related technologies and
Peter Ritchie
Peter has been working professionally in software development for over 16 years. He's been working with computer software far longer; since his first computer, an Atari 800.

Starting in C, Peter progressed to C++ not too long after its adoption by the major compilers. With a strong background in C++, Peter has been writing, designing, and architecting Windows-based software and solutions for over 13 years.

Most recently, Peter has gotten involved in the .NET movement, c

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