Rockford Lhotka
    CTO at Magenic
    Author, speaker, software architect
    Creator of the CSLA .NET framework

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CSLA 4 is the result of a lot of effort on the part of a global development team:

  • Jonny Bekkum is a C# software architect and developer at InMeta ASA in Norway. He has been developing large-scale enterprise applications on .NET and other platforms for more than 20 years, working in financial, retail, public and betting industries. Jonny has been using CSLA .NET since 2005.
  • Sergey Barskiy is a principal consultant with Magenic. He is a Microsoft MVP. He has been in IT industry for 15 years. He has been using CSLA for 3+ years.
  • Justin Chase is from Minnesota and currently works for Microsoft on the Expression team. He has been a CSLA contributor for more than 3 years and has a special interest in DSLs and code generation.
  • Blake Niemyjski is a Software Development Engineer with CodeSmith Tools and a student at UW-Platteville. He has been a contributor to various open source projects over the past three years. In his spare time he enjoys flying, learning about new technologies and contributing back to the community.
  • Ricky Supit has been developing software professionally for almost 20 years. He currently is focusing on web development technology including ASP.NET WebForm/MVC, Ajax, jQuery, and Silverlight. Ricky has been using Rocky Lhotka’s CSLA framework since Visual Basic 6.0. Ricky is currently working as software development manager for a fortune 500 health insurance company. He has a master degree in Computer Engineering.
  • Peran Borkett lives with his family in South East England. He has worked as a software consultant in the City of London financial district for over 12 years. He has been using CSLA for several years and has recently started contributing to the framework.
  • Rockford Lhotka is the creator of the popular CSLA .NET development framework, and is the author of numerous books, including Expert 2008 Business Objects. He is a Microsoft Regional Director and MVP, and a regular presenter at major conferences around the world. Rockford is the Principal Technology Evangelist for Magenic.

Past contributors to CSLA .NET include:

Contributor Area
Voltaire Villafuerte CSLA .NET for Windows (VB)
Sean Rhone CSLA .NET for Windows (VB)
Rick Wilkerson CSLA .NET for Windows (VB)
Paul Tyng (Magenic) CSLA .NET for Windows (VB)
Keith Lawrence CSLA .NET for Windows CE
Aaron Erickson (Magenic) LINQ to CSLA
Joe Fallon LINQ integration; various
Justin Chase CSLA .NET 3.6 (Windows and Silverlight)
Sergey Barskiy (Magenic) CSLA .NET 3.6 (Windows and Silverlight)
Nermin Dibek (Magenic) CSLA .NET 3.6 (Windows and Silverlight);
Visual Studio project/file templates; Deploy project
Chris Williams (Magenic) CSLA .NET 3.6 (Windows and Silverlight)
Grant Breems (Magenic) CSLA .NET 3.6 (Windows and Silverlight)
Joe Crivello CSLA .NET for Silverlight (MobileFormatter)
Miguel Castro (Steelblue Solutions) CslaActionExtender, BindingSourceHelper, ConnectionManager (non-generic)
Mark Chesney BindingSourceRefresh
Ricky Supit Data portal, DataMapper and UndoableBase performance enhancements
Chris Russi CSLA .NET logo

All contributors to CSLA .NET sign an agreement granting Marimer, LLC the right to use their contribution in any manner, and warranting that they have the right to make that grant. The contributions are then released, as part of CSLA .NET, under the standard CSLA .NET license.

 

 

(Updated 8/9/2010 11:12:04 AM)