Among the incredible writers in our diverse community, we discovered Jeremy Morgan from the United States. Jeremy has been nominated for five different Noonie awards.
Among the incredible writers in our diverse community, we discovered** Jeremy Morgan from the United States. **Jeremy has been nominated for five different Noonie awards, including IoT Writer of the Year. Learn more about Jeremy below and don't forget to vote for him at NOONIES.TECH.
I'm an author for Pluralsight with a wide range of tech experienced focused on software development and integration. I've spent much of my career divided between Linux development and .NET development, as well as some front end work. I've mostly developed backend applications for enterprise.
I mostly build APIs and server side software, with some front end development. I enjoy building applications that automate processes or work with data.
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