I am a Solutions Architect at Pure Storage, where my focus is to help customers take advantage of the flash technology benefits with Microsoft server products that include Azure, Azure Stack, Windows Server, SQL Server, Hyper-V, Exchange and System Center. Before Pure Storage I spent several years at NetApp working on Microsoft solution architectures based on the FAS Series, and before that I was at Microsoft working as a Technical Evangelist on SharePoint, Office Development and .NET. I really enjoy working with customers and helping to breakdown difficult problems and solve them with the most practical solution. Much of my career was spent balancing time between administrative tasks and software engineering so I have a unique understanding of how admins see the world as well as what a software developer expects.
I live in Cupertino where I enjoy spending time with my wife (Chris), furry child (Lily), horse (Tuffy) and last but not least mountain biking.
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