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First published: January 2015
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Content Development Editors
Samuel Redman Birch
Monica Ajmera Mehta
Nilesh R. Mohite
Nilesh R. Mohite
Rich Helton, as a principal software engineer, builds and reviews large-scale systems and trains hundreds of developers as well.
Rich has spent over 2 decades in designing and building systems. During this time, he has built, architected, and designed multiple systems, as well as managed many different technical teams. He has built many large-scale enterprise solutions using the most popular C# and Java frameworks and has expertise in the financial, aeronautical, and security domains.
Rich's passion for designing and teaching HTML5, ESBs, ORM's test-driven development, NoSQL, iOS, IoCs, and cloud and iPad development was discovered while training developers and architects. He freely shares some of the slides from these trainings on http://www.slideshare.net/rhelton_1.
Neil Bourgeois is a software engineer at Pentair Technical Solutions, where he leads the Engineering Software team. Solutions he has architected and implemented include a high-volume metering and billing system for the utilities industry and an industry-leading 3D engineering tool for the industrial heat-tracing field. He applies the discipline of Agile software development to his work and believes that great software comes from great team cultures. He strives to lead his teams to great cultures.
Prashant Brall is a principal consultant and senior software architect/developer who uses Microsoft technologies. He works for Veritec Pty Ltd (www.veritec.com.au) in Canberra, Australia, and has been developing software for the past 18 years. He enjoys writing about his experiences on his blog at https://prashantbrall.wordpress.com.
Prashant has also reviewed the book Instant AutoMapper, Packt Publishing.