Pluralcast 20 : Technical Community and Geek Give with Steve Andrews
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Steve Andrews is all about community and helps us understand what it really means to be a part of the technical developer meatspace. Steve has gone beyond the occasional Code Camp and has actually presented talks at 52 community events in one year. Also, Steve is the founder of Geek Give, an occasional community of geeks working with Habitat for Humanity to help make the world a better place. And Steve happens to be on the road at the moment, making his way across the U.S. and keeping us all posted at The Geek Road Trip. Bottom line: What a great visit and great story.
Bio: Steve Andrews is an independent consultant, INETA speaker, and Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio ALM. He has been working in technology for over ten years focusing on custom application development and Application Lifecycle Management. Steve is also Microsoft and IBM certified and a community fanatic having led sessions at nearly 100 community events across North America. When he’s not developing software solutions or engaging with the community about software technology, Steve is a closet singer and songwriter and plays the guitar and keys. Occasionally, Steve even gets to sleep. Occasionally.