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Published: Monday, August 18, 2014

Clemens Vasters is well known for his contributions as a Software Architect for Microsoft. As many of you, I've always thought of Clemens as a middleware/back-end guy. On this episode, I find out (to my surprise) that he got started in front-end and graphics for TV systems. See how that turned into the Azure Service Bus and other work he does for Microsoft today.

About Clemens Vasters

Clemens Vasters is a Software Architect and currently works for Microsoft where he drives the technical strategy for Microsoft Azure Service Bus and other messaging-centric technologies. Before joining Microsoft, Clemens has worked on financial software solutions and in consulting, has spoken at hundreds of events in over 40 countries, and has contributed to a number of open source efforts including starting the dasBlog blog engine. Clemens has a long history educating developers, having taught some of the first available .NET training courses for developers in Europe in early 2002.

Clemens Vasters
First Machine
First Computer: Sinclair ZX-81

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