People

United States
  • bleroy
  • Lv. 08 Rookie
  • Total EXP: 527

  • Senior Program Manager
  • Redmond, WA
  • Member since 04/08/2014
  • I grew up in the suburbs of beautiful Paris where I enjoyed a happy, nerdy childhood. At age 10, I got my first computer, a TI-99/4A. Two years later, I self-published my first video game, and sold thousands of copies. This is about the time when I met Fabien, the beginning of a lifelong friendship. Together, we built an ambitious adventure game on the Atari 800XL. At age 20, I got accepted at École Normale Supérieure de Lyon where I studied physics and mathematics and then got myself a PhD in Mathematical Physics (my thesis title was "Ternary Algebraic Structures"). After that, I decided that I had understood all the mysteries of the world (joking). Wanting to go back to computer stuff, I joined a small web agency where I built what was probably the first CMS based on the nascent .NET platform. Microsoft recruited me shortly after that and moved me and my family across the Atlantic to work on building the next version of ASP.NET. During the eight years I spent there, I evangelized for the Open Source philosophy, participated in the adoption of jQuery and founded the effort to develop the Orchard CMS. In 2011, I co-founded Nwazet with Fabien, with the goal of freeing our imaginations and materializing our ideas in alignment with our convictions about openness.
United States
  • Software Engineer
  • Rancho Cordova, CA
  • Member since 04/08/2014
United States
  • Administrator
  • Idabel OK
  • Member since 04/07/2015
  • Web Designer webmaster at [donboulton.com](http://donboulton.com/about). Worked at Control Technology designing motherboards for Todd Ferguson and Steve Jobs before Apple owned it. Internet positioning at Green Flash. Have fun with Orchard CMS 1.9-int beta
United States
  • Chief Technical Officer at Evaluant
  • Mulhouse, France
  • Member since 04/09/2014
  • Sebastien was born in famous French Bordeaux town, where he started programming at age of 11. In 2001 he co-founded a Microsoft .NET specialized company named Evaluant, where he had been giving training and consultancy services on the .NET platform since then. He has worked on different open source .NET projects like an [ORM](http://uss.codeplex.com), a [Javascript interpreter](https://github.com/sebastienros/jint) and a [Document storage library](https://github.com/sebastienros/yessql). Today he is the most stand'of'fish and condescending Orchard developer, and sadly also the lead developer.
United States
  • Owner / Lead Developer
  • Le Raysville, Pennsylvania
  • Member since 05/02/2014
  • Owner / Lead Developer at [Endless Mountain Solutions](http://www.endlessmountainsolutions.com), Orchard fanatic, unfortunate owner of codeplex username [jao28](https://www.codeplex.com/site/users/view/jao28) (they really need to allow you to change those), and serving clients in the United States daily.
United States
  • Member since 04/16/2015
  • I love music, technology and libraries and am a lifelong record collector and photographer. I've been fortunate enough to combine these interests into a career working along these lines. Since 2001 I've worked as a Webmaster/IT Director at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. My biggest contribution has been spearheading the digitization and online publishing of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - a historic catalog of music from around the world with recordings dating back to the 1930s. In order to achieve our goals we've relied on common-sense, hard work and a fair amount of custom web and application development, primarily using .Net. In 2009 my office completed a year long redesign/redevelopment of the Folkways web site (50,000 pages at www.folkways.si.edu) along the way we replaced our custom CMS with an Orchard module that we developed collaboratively with Sipke Schoorstra. Based on that success we are continuing to migrate sites to Orchard here at the SI. Through my experience working with Sipke and interacting with others in the Orchard community, I've learned a ton about Orchard but I'm still on the curve - and loving the ride.
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