Brad Irby

Developer and systems architect -

Alobria Systems -

SearchMicroservices

Brad Irby has been a developer and systems architect since 1990, designing and implementing systems using the Microsoft stack. He specializes in updating existing legacy systems to use current techniques, technologies, and design patterns.  He has written a book for Adison Wesley called "Reengineering .NET : Injecting Quality, Testability, and Architecture into Existing Systems,"which explains in depth the process for updating existing systems with no down time. Brad manages the San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and Buenos Aires .Net user groups, is a frequent speaker on technical topics in the US and South America, and holds an MBA from the Haas School of Business, University of California at Berkeley.

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