I’m a Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft in what we call the Commercial Software Engineering group, and I do a lot of presentations. I always say, the only thing I like more than writing code is talking about writing code. You’ve likely heard it said that the best way to learn is to teach, and that couldn’t be more true than with technical topics.
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“Jeremy loves his family, the outdoors in the Pacific Northwest, writing code, and even more talking about writing code.”
“My studies in Computer Engineering and Mathematics got me started on a career course in software development. Subsequent job roles - helping build airplanes, teaching high schoolers to code, and more - gained me experience and fueled my passion for not only writing code but also talking about writing code. I joined Microsoft’s evangelism team to inform and inspire other developers - primarily in the areas of web apps and IoT. I have authored one book, countless online videos, and am always trying to keep up with online audiences at codefoster.com and on Twitter at @codefoster. When I’m not working, I’m usually working on maker projects, spending time with my wife and two boys in the Pacific Northwest, hiking and camping, sailing, scuba diving, riding my motorcycle, or working on house projects.”