Michael Fourie

&>MSDN Magazine articles and contributed to numerous ALM Ranger publications and solutions over the last seven years.

Gordon Beeming is a software developer at Derivco in the sunny city of Durban, South Africa. He spends most his time hacking away at the keyboard in Visual Studio or with his family relaxing. He is a Visual Studio ALM Ranger, Visual Studio ALM MVP, and a member of the Friends of Redgate. He is also the author of Team Foundation Server 2013 Customization, which can be found on packtpub.com. His blog is at binary-stuff.com, and you can follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/gordonbeeming.

Michael Fourie started his studies in electronic engineering, where he was introduced to the wonders of computing (mostly in Smalltalk!) and has spent the last 16 years rebooting. He is an independent consultant with extensive software development experience, currently specializing in build and deployment automation to support continuous delivery. He is a technical author and has written for MSDN Magazine and contributed to various books and publications. He is a multiawarded Microsoft ALM MVP and Distinguished ALM Ranger. Reach him via his blog at freetodev.com. You can also follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/mikefourie.

Willy-Peter Schaub started his IT career in the early 1980s during his electrical engineering studies, focusing on the BTOS/CTOS operating systems until he moved over primarily to Microsoft technologies in the early ‘90s. Since then, his passion has been to investigate, research, and evangelize technology and best practices, striving for simplicity and maintainability in software engineering. Apart from writing books such as .NET Enterprise Solutions ... Best Practices.NET Enterprise Solutions … Interoperability for the Connoisseur, and Software Engineers on their way to Pluto, his varied and extreme interests include scuba diving, cycling, science fiction, astronomy, and most importantly his family. He dedicates this latest adventure to Alexander and his two brothers, Jacques and Thorsten. Keep on smiling and remember, it is up to you. Never, ever give up on your dreams!