I have been recognized by Microsoft as being an expert in my field as a Microsoft MVP with Microsoft Azure and IoT technologies.
I am an 9 time recipient of the Microsoft MVP Award: 🏆 2008 - 2013, 2017 - current
You can view my official Microsoft MVP profile here: Chris Pietschmann's Microsoft MVP Profile
Over the course of my career, I have worked with many different companies across a wide array of industries. My primary background is as a Software Developer in the Consulting space, primarily in the Microsoft development stack, but I have also worked a fair amount with Open Source technologies as well. I also have a fair amount of experience building training content as well as delivering instructor-led training classes and am a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT).
Here are a few of the companies that I've worked with over the course of my career, either as an independent consultant or through my current or past employers. I am not necessarily affiliated with these organizations directly, nor does this imply any indorsement or sponsorship. This is merely a list of a few of the companies that I've worked with throughout the course of my career.
Disclaimer: The company names and logos displayed above are trademarked to their respective owners. The display of them in this list in no way indicates any endorsement or sponsorship.
Here are published books that I have written.
Published Articles / Blogs
Here are my websites that I write articles for, as well as blogs I maintain.
A website (with weekly newsletter) dedicated to Cloud & Enterprise Technology around Microsoft and Open Source publishing articles and related content. Founded in 2015 as BuildAzure.com, and renamed Build5Nines.com in late 2019.
I have been writing Internet of Things (IoT) related content for Hackster.io since Sept. 2019.
My original blog since 2004. I have posted here on many different technology related topics.
Here are some of my recent podcast appearances.
More Content I've Worked On
Here is a list of some content development projects I've contributed to for Microsoft and other clients. These are some pretty neat projects I had the pleasure to be involved in creating and working on.
Each workshop is a 6 hour long package of content (4 hour hackathon lab, 2 hour design session) to foster cloud learning and adoption.
I authored most of the hands-on labs for the AZ-220 Microsoft Azure IoT Developer certification that are a part of the MOC ILT course and published to MS Learn.
I worked on the team that created the AZ-220 Microsoft Azure IoT Developer certification. I helped Microsoft define the Azure IoT Developer roles skills list and the Objective Domains tested and verified by this certification exam.