Introducing the Visual Studio ALM Rangers – David Sanchez Aguilar


Who are you? Picture

I work at Microsoft at Specialist Professional of Development Tools for Latam New Markets region (Central America and Caribe Islands). I am Microsoft technology consultant. I’m certified as MCP, MCT, MCSD and Microsoft Specialist. Previously to join Microsoft, I was an Microsoft MVP. I am graduated from Computer Systems Engineer and graduated from the Master of Information Technology Management (MITM). I have several years of experience working with collaboration platform technologies focused on development. I have been involved in many projects for Latin America and North America with technologies like Microsoft Azure, Team Foundation Server, Visual Studio Team Services, Visual Studio, SQL Server, Xamarin, System Center and solutions based on .NET Framework and HTML5. In addition, I’m Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT Alumni).

What makes you “tick”?

Passionate about technology, development software and video games. I’m also very collaborative person, I love to help others and improve results as a team.

Where you live?

Costa Rica, the happiest country in the world. Pura vida! J

Why are you active in or with the Rangers program?

As part of my responsibilities as a consultant is to be aware and know tips and tricks regarding ALM and DevOps, I think the ALM Ranger program is great because it is a change to share and talk with others specialists and experts of different kind of topics about development processes.

What is the best Rangers project you worked with and why?

I haven’t had the opportunity to work directly with one project of Rangers yet, however I have been involved with others experts in the region as Oscar Garcia (Guatemala) and Francisco Fagas (Ecuador) and with them we have delivered sessions of DevOps to customers about technical roadmaps, best practices, lessons learned from implementations of different process and also we have shared ideas about how to improve the existing tools with components or extensions to the platforms (Azure and VSTS).

 

This post is part of an ongoing series of Rangers introductions. See Ranger Index (Who is Who?) for more details.

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