You might know Tim Patrick!
If you’re a software developer, you might already be familiar with Tim Patrick’s writings. Since the turn of the twenty-first century, Tim has published seven books on software development. Or, you might know him if you had been one of his consulting customers at any time during the thirty years that he has been programming professionally. If you are a member of his immediate family, you’ve probably run into him as well.
When he’s not hidden behind a book, Tim still spends each day developing custom software for small- and medium-sized businesses. Way back in 2007, Microsoft welcomed Tim into its Most Valuable Professional (MVP) program thanks to the assistance he provides desperate computer users, and his winning personality. He earned his computer science degree from Seattle Pacific University. In fact, he started work on his very first book while sitting in a classroom at SPU. While he is loathe to mention names, suffice it to say that he was in the presence of a radically boring professor. Turning tragedy into comedy, Tim began fleshing out the contents for a book while pretending to listen to a tenured lecture. It’s probably what happened to Charles Dickens.
To contact Tim Patrick, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn about Tim’s published books, visit www.timaki.com.
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