William Tulloch lives and works in Australia and is currently a Senior Consultant with Readify. He has been actively involved in software and web development for over 19 years and is as enthusiastic about coding as he was when he started.
Having been involved with .Net since 2002, William has a broad working knowledge of the various .Net technologies. His current interests are in the areas of Azure, federated identity with a focus on Windows Identity Foundation, ALM, and Silverlight or XAML development. He is also active in the user community, speaking regularly at the user groups and events, such as "Developer Developer Developer".
Alex Mackey specializes in web development and works for the Australian .Net consultancy Readify. He is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Internet Explorer development and an author (Introducing .Net 4.0 with Visual Studio 2010, Apress). Alex has spoken at a number of technical conferences (TechEd Remix, Australian ALM), and organizes the community conference DDD Melbourne.
Nick Randolph currently runs Built To Roam, which focuses on building rich mobile applications. Previously, Nick was a co-founder and Development Manager for Nsquared Solutions where he led a team of developers to build inspirational software using next-wave technology. Prior to Nsquared, Nick was the lead developer at Intilecta Corporation Limited where he was integrally involved in designing and building their application framework.
After graduating from a combined engineering (Information Technology) and commerce degree, Nick went on to be nominated as a Microsoft MVP in recognition of his work with the Perth .Net user group, and his focus on mobile devices. He is still an active contributor in the device application development space through his blog at http://nicksnettravels.builttoroam.com, Visual Studio Magazine (http://visualstudiomagazine.com/Articles/List/Mobile-Corner.aspx), and BuildMobile (http://buildmobile.com/category/windows/).
Nick has been invited to present at a variety of events including TechEd Australia and New Zealand, MEDC, and Code Camp. He has also authored articles for MSDN Magazine (ANZ edition) for four books, with the latest being Professional Visual Studio 2010 and Professional Development for Windows Phone, and helped in judging the 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, and 2011 world finals for the Imagine Cup.