About Me

Ken Cenerelli

I am a content developer (aka programmer writer) who specializes in creating high-quality technical publications from complex software architecture. With over 14 years of experience as a software developer, I also engineer strong, data-driven web applications using the Microsoft .NET Framework. In addition, I have a thorough understanding of the software development life cycle (SDLC).

Prior to my career in computers, I worked in the newspaper industry as a journalist. My excellent communication skills allow me to bring clarity to any project. I take complicated technological information and communicate it clearly. I am able to manage intricate, multi-disciplinary projects simultaneously.

I believe in giving back to the developer community by helping developers learn through the content I create. I am active on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) where I contribute to several blogs and on Microsoft TechNet as a technical wiki contributor. I also support Microsoft’s open source technical documentation on GitHub. For my efforts, I was selected as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in 2015 and renewed again in 2016. I was also recognized as a Top Contributor at Microsoft Events (Best In-Person MVP) at the 2016 Canadian MVP Impact Awards.

I remain passionate about furthering my education. I am pursuing a certification in Technical Communication and am co-organizer of Canada’s Technology Triangle .NET User Group (CTTDNUG). As a public speaker on emerging technologies, I present at conferences across North America and at user groups throughout Ontario, Canada. I am also a technical reviewer of multiple technology books.

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