About us

developer Fusion aims to produce and bring together the best developer content from across globe.

James Crowley - Founder

James founded the Developer Fusion back in 1999 whilst doing GCSEs, and has been doing tech things ever since. He was previously head of development at Anorak digital (a division of glue London), building award winning sites for both startups and blue chip companies. He currently runs both Developer Fusion and a technology news site TechEye. You can find him on twitter and linkedin and reach him via email james at developerfusion.co.uk.

Nick Payne - Director

Nick runs the developer conferences DevWeek and Software Architect, and previously published VSJ Magazine before joining Developer Fusion. You can find him on twitter and linkedin and reach him via email nick at developerfusion.co.uk.

Our editorial team

Dan Maharry

Dan Maharry has more than ten years experience as a writer and editor covering the latest in software development. The books he has worked on have now sold over 750,000 copies worldwide. Not wishing to preach what he doesn't practice, Dan has also worked as a professional .NET developer since 2005. His focus is now very much on making sure DevFusion article code actually works. You can find him on twitter and his blog.

Chris Alexander

Chris is an engineer, developer and technical writer currently studying for a Masters degree in Applied Robotics at the University of Reading. His interests range from building websites to hacking software libraries to distributed artificial intelligence architectures. When he's not causing mayhem in the labs, he's causing mayhem on the web. You can find him on twitter, GitHub and his blog.

Adrian Bridgwater

Adrian is a regular writer and blogger with Computer Weekly, Dr Dobbs Journal and developerFusion covering the application development landscape to detail the movers, shakers and start-ups that make the industry the vibrant place that it is. His journalistic creed is to bring forward-thinking, impartial, technology editorial to a professional (and hobbyist) software audience around the world.You can find him on twitter.

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Our tools

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