Who's this guy?
Dino Esposito is a trainer and software consultant based in Rome, Italy. He is a member of the IDesign team. Dino specializes in Microsoft .NET technologies and spends most of his time teaching and consulting across Europe, Australia, and the United States.
Over the years, Dino developed hands-on experience and skills in architecting and building distributed systems for banking and insurance companies and, in general, in industry contexts where the demand for security, optimization, performance, scalability, and interoperability is dramatically high. Every month, at least five magazines and Web sites throughout the world publish Dino’s articles covering topics that range from Web development to workflow, and from software best practices to services.
A prolific author, Dino writes the monthly the Cutting Edge column for MSDN Magazine, the CoreCoder column for aspnetPRO Magazine, and the ASP.NET-2-The-Max newsletter for the Dr. Dobb’s Journal.
Considered an authoritative and acknowledged expert in Web applications built with .NET technologies, Dino contributes to the Microsoft content platform for developers and IT consultants. Check out his articles on a variety of MSDN Developer Centers such as ASP.NET, Microsoft Windows Vista or data access. Dino has written an array of books, most of which are considered state-of-the-art in their respective areas, including latest Microsoft .NET: Architecting Applications for the Enterprise, MS Press, 2008.
An ASP.NET MVP, Dino regularly speaks at industry conferences all over the world (Microsoft TechEd, Microsoft DevDays, DevConnections, DevWeek, Basta) and local technical conferences and meetings in Europe and United States. Dino lives with his family near Rome, Italy, and plays tennis or runs in the country when challenging technical issues knock at his door. The solution auto-magically appears a few minutes after his post work-out shower.