My name is Andreas Willich. I’m a software developer and hobby speaker and I am working at TechTalk in Vienna, Austria, but this blog, its content and opinions are my own.
I have the feeling that every week I have at least one new thing learned or I combined some information to get something new out of them. So I will write about this daily .NET developing challenges that I encounter. Additionally I am inspired from Scott Hanselman handling of questions. As he gets a lot of questions asked, he doesn’t answer them only for the questioner, he writes a blog post with the answer and how he got it and only sends back a link to the blog post. So everybody gets some gain from it.
Additionally I am since January 2017 a Microsoft MVP in the “Visual Studio and Development Technologies” categories. And blog posts should help to get re-awarded again. 😉
I am one of the maintainers of SpecFlow (a BDD tool/library for .NET), on which I work during my work hours and in my free time. During work hours I work also on SpecFlow+.
In my spare time I am also one of the organiser of the Linuxwochen Wien (Linuxweeks Vienna) conference.
Since 2005 I am working as a software developer in and around of Vienna. First at Automic (former UC4) and since 2009 I am working for TechTalk as a senior software developer on various software projects for different customers.
Microsoft MVP: https://mvp.microsoft.com/en-us/PublicProfile/5002257