Chris Weldon 4.39 http://spkr8.com/s/15429

Chris Weldon Chris Weldon

Senior Consultant at Improving Enterprises
College Station, TX

Biography:

Chris Weldon is constantly committed to delivering high value on agile teams. Since 2007, Chris has been reading, loving, living, leading, and mentoring agilists and agile teams to build high quality, high value software. Throughout the year, Chris regularly carries the roles of developer, scrummaster, and mentor. Sharing his knowledge by speaking at user groups, universities, conferences, and one-on-one with others is a passion. Chris has been a speaker for several Aggieland user groups, tech fests, AgileDotNet, and other conferences and technology groups alike. Chris is also the leader of the B/CS PHP Users Group, blogs at http://www.chrisweldon.net, and is an occasional contributor to Improving Podcasts.

Much of the technical work Chris does is either in .Net, SharePoint (as a backend developer), or PHP. Chris has been lead architect on several PHP and .Net projects and has significant experience with permissions and identity management in .Net and SharePoint environments by means of projects that leverage WPF, WCF, and WIF.

Chris loves being a Senior Consultant at Improving Enterprises. Aside from being given the opportunity to do what he loves, he believes that delivering excellent software is the only way to roll. Although an agile purist at heart, Chris strives to strike the right balance between the ideal and the real in order to meet the team’s objectives without sacrificing the values and principles we have come to love.

Chris is a Fightin’ Texas Aggie. When he isn’t presenting at conferences and user groups, he spends time with his wife Melissa and son Tristan.


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