Jamie is a .NET Developer with 11 years of commercial experience of building applications.
He started tinkering with computers when he was 6 years old - he has written about this experience over at the Waffling Taylors. He has been building applications, games, and websites ever since. He likes to experiment with technologies at the bleeding edge - something he showed off when he gave talks on Blazor during it’s public preview.
A life long learner, he has tried his hand at C# (his language of choice), low level C, Python, Node, and TypeScript. He plays bass guitar, and speaks Japanese.
Jamie leads the software development and consultancy arm of RJJ.
Why you should never block password managers or the paste command in web applications.Read this blog article here
Some advice from Jamie - the host of The .NET Core Podcast - about podcastingRead this blog article here
Security starts at the very inception of an idea, not at the endRead this blog article here