Martin Beeby

I talk to developers up and down the country about building websites and webservices. It's my job to understand Microsoft web technologies, break them down and then explain them to anyone who will listen. I’m also the technical editor of the UK MSDN Flash newsletter, the fortnightly round up of Microsoft developer news and events. Topic Specialisms: include MVC, C#, HTML5 and Javascript.

Martin Beeby - UK MSDN EvangelistBlog address:  http://blogs.msdn.com/b/thebeebs/

 
Mike Ormond

As an evangelist here at Microsoft I’m all about enabling talented developers to build great applications on Microsoft Windows Phone 7.

Mike Ormond - UK MSDN evangelistBlog address: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mikeormond/

 
Steve Plank (aka Planky)

I tend to get in to a froth about the technologies that live underneath the veneer of the code – protocols, data-exchanges, encryption, that kind of caper: all the stuff that’s hidden from the developer. That’s why I’ve got a great job evangelising the web and cloud technologies that sit atop the Microsoft stack.

Steve Plank - UK MSDN evangelistBlog address: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/plankytronixx/

 
Mike Taulty

I'm a developer evangelist which means that I help customers understand and adopt our technologies via either working 1:1 or, more likely, via 1-many mechanisms such as in-person conferences, articles, blogs, screencasts, videos on the web.

Mike Taulty - UK MSDN evangelistBlog address:  http://www.mtaulty.com

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