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I’m Mark Bloodworth.  I’m an Architect Evangelist at Microsoft.  Prior to joining Microsoft, I led the architecture team at an international media company based in London. I’m interested in tools, technologies and techniques that make us effective. My background is in software development – primarily Microsoft technologies with a little Java thrown in for good measure. Outside work, I wrote nspectre and have maintained it with the able assistance of other contributors.

Please note that any opinions expressed in this blog are my personal views and do not necessarily reflect those of my employer.

Written by remark

February 11, 2006 at 10:27 pm

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  1. Hey Mark! I just sent a similar message to Marc so I hope you don’t find me cheeky but rather appreciate that I am trying to do something great by inviting a few Architect Evangelists to our event in Sweden this fall! ;~)

    Just finished reading your input on the Role of an Architect in the Architecture Journal. Great Lexicon – I had a lot of fun reading it. Tried myself to get into that issue but I could not compare to the noteworthy, experienced people who wound up making the issue.

    Anyway my company dotway.se is part of creating a conference oredev.org and I would like to strengthen our position on the architecture track with some good .NET architects. I do not know you from more than your article and the fact that you are an Architect Evangelist with Microsoft. These factors are enough for me to begin a discussion with you if you might be interested to come to our event in November!

    I will go on in greater detail in regular email (with a propor invite .pdf and so on) so please get back to me!

    Cheers,

    /Magnus

    Magnus Mårtensson

    April 26, 2008 at 12:51 pm

  2. HI Mark,

    Hope you are reading this…
    I’m looking for a bit of help on ActiveMQ. Can I contat you somehow?

    Jan Karel Pieterse

    September 25, 2012 at 4:00 pm


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