Deep Fried Bytes: From the Mind of a Modern Web Developer Shawn Wildermuth

Deep Fried Bytes

In this episode, Keith and Woody sits down with developer and technologist Shawn Wildermuth to discuss and ponder the modern web developer and just where are things going for this fad called the Internet.Thanks to our guest this episode Shawn Wildermuth is a Microsoft MVP (C#), member.

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In this episode, Keith and Woody sits down with developer and technologist Shawn Wildermuth to discuss and ponder the modern web developer and just where are things going for this fad called the Internet.

Thanks to our guest this episode

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Shawn Wildermuth is a Microsoft MVP (C#), member of the INETA Speaker's Bureau and an author of six books about .NET. Shawn is involved with Microsoft as a Silverlight Insiders, Data Insiders and Windows Phone 7 Insiders. He has been seen speaking at a variety of international conferences including SDC, VSLive, WinDev, MIX, DevTeach and DevReach. Shawn has written dozens of articles for a variety of magazines and websites including MSDN, DevSource, InformIT, CoDe Magazine, ServerSide.NET and MSDN Online. He has over twenty years of software development regularly blogs about a range of topics including Silverlight, WP7, Databases, XML and web services on his blog. He is currently helping company through his company Wilder Minds (http://www.wilderminds.com).

Shawn can be found on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/ShawnWildermuth

Shawn’s blog can be found at http://wildermuth.com/

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