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Me!Hello there!  My name is Steven Robbins, and this is my allegedly technical blog.  These days I generally work in C# and SQL, but in the past I’ve developed in everything from Assembly Language (68000 and x86) through to VB.Net/C#, with plenty of others inbetween. I’ve also done my time in the support/engineering side of IT, so I’m pretty much a geek through and through 🙂 I’m a firm believer that reading and “best practices” are no substitute for using your brain!

I am presently employed as a Technical Architect at in the UK, mainly working on educational software and line of business applications for education related government departments and commercial companies.

I’m a big proponent of open source, and actively work on several projects including TinyIoC and Nancy.

I am also the coordinator of the Manchester NxtGenUG .Net User Group which started up in May 2009.

If you want to get in touch, wander over to the Contact page.