Cloud Services

Bart Roozendaal

Expert in Application Innovation, Microsoft Azure, Software Development

I am part of the Cloud Center of Excellence at Capgemini, and represent the Netherlands in the European group of Cloud Architects in the CoE. I have an entrepreneurial attitude to my work, I lead and teach but never reject the opportunity to help out the team by creating code myself. I like to be part of pre-sales and very start of a project to bring in some innovative ideas and solutions.

Further, I like to coordinate onshore and offshore team (India, Spain, Poland e.a.) as part of our Agile Delivery Centers.

I have been a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable professional for Hardware Interaction Design and Development aka Microsoft Surface). Being a MVP gets me all over the world where I give courses and master classes in software technology, especially C#, WPF and MVVM. I’ve been working with Azure even before it had a portal. For me, Azure is the platform of choice if I have a say in the technology choice.

In my work I always strive for reuse of software components and combining products and technology into a new product. I look beyond the first requirements and try to anticipate for the unknown future. Creating commercially successful products is important to me.

 

Bart Roozendaal

My experience

Principal Consultant @ Capgemini

Aug 2017 - Present

Board member @ Healthcare

Mar 2013 - Present

Mobile Architect @ Government Administration

Mar 2018 - Present

Software Architect / Developer @ Automotive

Oct 2017 - Feb 2018

Consultant @ Government Administration

Aug 2017 - Oct 2017

Latest Publications

Web development

How Typescript changed my perspective on, and abilities in, modern web development

Bart Roozendaal

Using Typescript our team was able to deliver next-generation user experience for a web-based...

Making unit tests your primary attention point

Bart Roozendaal

What if you get immediate feedback about your code quality, even while typing? What if you...

Have your business analyst write unit tests

Bart Roozendaal

What if there was a clear way to describe business rules and have unit tests that are...

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