As a response to Joe Ferner's post on why he dislikes TFS. I'll first touch upon the items brought forward by Joe. Some of them are just true, and I won't put too much effort in those, but some I just don't agree with.
Jesse is passionate trainer, mentor and coach helping teams improve their productivity and quality while endeavoring to make work an activity's fun. He uses Scrum, agile practices and a selection of tools to do so.
Before focusing specifically on Agile methodologies and Application Lifecycle Management, Jesse used his knowledge and expertise in Microsoft .NET technologies including the .NET Framework, C#, ASP.NET and WCF to build solutions and he worked with a multitude of other languages and technologies including Java, PHP and Coldfusion.
Jesse has worked on a number of projects, each special in its own way in a very diverse set of companies, including education, government, finance and supply chain management. Some very small and specialized, others spanning multiple continents and working with broad subjects.
Over the years Jesse has developed training material and taught on a number of Software development subjects such as Scrum in particular, but also Testing using Visual Studio, Object Oriented Analysis and Design, Design Patterns, UML, Regular Expressions and the .NET Framework.
He love Regular Expressions, LINQ and other code riddles, they're like sudokus and can be real brain teasers. He's married with Charlotte has his first daughter on the way and I takes photos everywhere he go.