Dianne Marsh, co-founder of SRT Solutions, helps clients stay at technology's forefront. Her nearly 20 years of diverse commercial experience include applications from manufacturing to genomics, decision support to real time processing, on Windows and UNIX operating systems.
A Sun Java 2 certified programmer, Dianne is equally proficient in .NET, C# and C++. The lead architect on several large scale distributed computing systems and object-oriented software applications, her principal strengths include large systems architecture, with emphasis on proper thread management, load balancing and fail-over.
Dianne provides clients with coaching and project support in C++, Java, Python, and object-oriented design and has assisted in securing Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) grants, including prototype development. She actively contributes to local software associations. When not working, Dianne chases around after her 2 young children, and tries to find time to cross country ski and mountain bike.
Bill Wagner’s technical time is spent between curly braces, primarily with C#. His technical areas of focus are C#, .NET, TypeScript. His non-coding passion is to help organizations build effective, high-functioning developer teams. Bill is the author of the best selling "Effective C#", now in its second edition, and "More Effective C#". He has created LiveLessons on Async programming in C# and C# Puzzlers. His articles have appeared in MSDN Magazine, the C# Developer Center, Visual C++ Developer's Journal, Visual Studio Magazine, ASP.NET Pro, .NET Developer's Journal and more. He's written hundreds of technical articles for software developers. He actively blogs about technical and business topics at http://thebillwagner.com. Bill is also a regional director for Microsoft. He’s the president of Humanitarian Toolbox, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the response capabilities of lead disaster response organizations through use of a “toolbox” of community built and maintained pre-packaged, rapidly deployable open source solutions.