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Nickolas Landry, MVP is a principal architect and practice manager in New York for Infusion Development, a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner that offers quality software development services, developer training, and consulting services for large financial firms in the New York, Boston, and Toronto areas, as well as London, UK. Known for his dynamic and engaging style, he is a frequent speaker at major software development conferences worldwide such as Tech-Ed, MEDC, and DevConnections. He's a member of the MSDN Canada Speakers Bureau, a Microsoft MVP on Device Application Development, and is the vice president of IASA New York. Nick provides design and mentoring services in architecture and .NET development, authors and teaches .NET classes, performs system audits and business analyses, and profiles technologies for various enterprise scenarios. He specializes in .NET mobility, OOP and SOA, architecture and design patterns, high performance computing, and application security. He also lectures on XNA at various events, is a production advisor for Frozen North's Project Hippasus, was producer and game designer for Infusion's Mobile Kombat for Microsoft MEDC 2006, and was a volunteer beta tester for two Star Wars Galaxies expansions. He has written about mobile development for magazines and has helped to develop several .NET mobility courses for Microsoft, has been a technical editor for many book titles, and holds several professional certifications from Microsoft and IBM. Read his blog for more information.
For CoDe Magazine | October 8, 2007
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