Introducing the Visual Studio ALM Rangers – Cosmin Dumitru

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

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General speaking. I’m a Father and  a Husband for my family, a IT Geek & Software Architect specialized in enterprise approaches platform development for teams  . I’ve been writing software since I was 16 , on the way I have worked in development, test, and project management, on the Desktop, Web, and Hardware. In the last years, I’ve was focused on consulting  for those delivering solutions that involve unified messaging and that use the whole Visual Studio product family to drive continuous integration and delivery. For community I am Conference Speaker and technical Article writer.

What makes you “tick”?

Work with great people and great technologies . I have a passion for technology and for building solutions that solve real problems.  Being in the software development field means I never get bored. Fascination of software development magic, and an desire to create new things, Software can build anything that can be imagined, simply with  enough time and tools.

Where you live?

Burghausen, Bayern, Germany

Why are you active in the Rangers program?

I use to act in the ALM Rangers Program as a good way for exploring new technology, writing, and sharing knowledge to solve business problems. Being involved in Ranger Projects is all about guiding someone to a solution, as opposed to simply doing the work. And not only in Microsoft, also for those outside – we are a great community.

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

Favorite Rangers project has been the Visual Studio 2012 and 2010 TFS Upgrade Guide and Team Foundation Server virtualization guidance. Describing the challenges that customers face once they do embrace the virtual and migration challenge. The Rangers guidance does a great job of distilling the problems faced, and provides concrete guidance on just exactly how to address the issues. I am definitely looking forward to the future projects that I will definitely be taking part in.

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