Deborah Kurata is a software developer, consultant, conference speaker, and Pluralsight author. Her courses include: Angular: Getting Started, Angular Routing, and Object-Oriented Programming Fundamentals in C#. For her work in support of software developers, she has been recognized with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award, and is a Google Developer Expert (GDE).
Mark started in the developer world over 25 years ago. He began his career with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from St. Johns University. After spending 10 years on Wall Street working for Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers and other major investment banks, Mark became interested in animation and video game software. He has written numerous mobile apps and games for clients including Electronic Arts and Yahoo! Games. Some of his popular mobile titles include Yahtzee, Yahoo! Chess, and Yah... moreoo! Poker. Currently, Mark is the founder of Curious Inventions in Portland, Oregon. This company develops a wide range of entertainment and educational software titles for the web and mobile devices.
John Papa is a Principal Developer Advocate with Microsoft and an alumni of the Google Developer Expert, Microsoft Regional Director, and MVP programs. He's passionate about Web and mobile technologies, and often enjoys speaking around the world at keynotes and sessions for conferences, including NgConf, Build, Ignite, VSLive, and AngleBrackets. John is a co-host of the popular Adventures in Angular podcast, author of the Angular Style Guide, several books, and many popular Pluralsight courses. ... moreYou can reach him at johnpapa.net or on twitter at @john_papa.
Ajden has worked on everything from embedded devices to large-scale enterprise systems during his 10+ years in commercial software development. Since 2007, Ajden has focused on Microsoft technologies and more lately on web technologies. Ajden is also a speaker at conferences and has a passion for teaching. For screencasts on the latest web technology, make sure to check out his YouTube channel.
Jon is an author, developer, and Pluralsight team member via Code School. Lately, he's been working on content and products that help authors create content efficiently. Prior to that, he worked for several years on interactive learning at Code School, and later helped bring that to Pluralsight as Interactive Content.
Jim Cooper is a software developer at Pluralsight, with more than 20 years of software development experience. He has a passion for Agile processes, especially lean software development. Jim has been developing production Angular apps since before Angular version 1.0, including Pluralsight's first Html5-based video player. Jim has over 10 years of TDD and pair programming experience which has contributed significantly to his professional development. He has successfully mentored other developers... more in the use of TDD and agile practices and still enjoys learning from talented developers everywhere.
Brian Noyes is CTO and Architect at Solliance (www.solliance.net), an expert technology solutions development company. Brian is a Microsoft MVP and specializes in client application architecture, full stack web development, cloud and microservice architecture. Brian has authored several books and dozens of technology publication articles, including Developer's Guide to Microsoft Prism 4, Data Binding with Windows Forms 2.0, and Smart Client Deployment with ClickOnce. Brian got started programmin... moreg as a hobby while flying F-14 Tomcats in the U.S. Navy, later turning his passion for software into his current career.
Duncan works as an Australian software consultant, founder of Foodzone, Pluralsight author who travels the world speaking at events and training technology professionals. Duncan is an Angular expert and divides his time with between training and upskilling teams to implement best practices with Angular, growing Foodzone and working for clients writing code.
Brice Wilson has been a professional developer for over 20 years and has used many tools and programming languages during that time. His current interests are centered on web services, single-page web applications and native mobile development. He has worked as a developer and architect for a number of large companies and enjoys learning, experimenting with, and teaching new technologies. He also blogs at BriceWilson.net.
Dan is active on Twitter (@DanWahlin), blogs at https://blog.codewithdan.com, and adds a lot of code to his Github repos at https://github.com/danwahlin.