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All of the articles and products on www.CSharpUniversity.com are written and developed by Ted Kolovos.  Ted is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer for .NET (MCSD.NET) and a certified Project Management Professional.  He has been developing software for 20 years and is a professional C# programming instructor.  He is a web application specialist.  He enjoys teaching and helping students become better developers.

Ted has programmed in many languages throughout his career and his favorite three languages are C++, Java and C#.  C++ for making Object-Oriented programming so elegant and organized.  Java for eliminating pointers and creating such a feature rich framework for developers.  And of course C# and the .NET framework, which took software development to another level and provided a huge step forward for web application development.

Ted has worked at Information Technology companies and as an independent consultant on a wide variety of projects, both large and small in size.  He has worked with customers in the Federal Government, Military and Commercial sectors.  Ted currently works as an information technology and project management advisor to the government.

When Ted is not working, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing guitar, playing sports, travelling and listening to music.  Ted also enjoys meeting new people and learning new things every day.

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