Meet Conor, "Dyn-o-mite!" .NET Developer
Have you ever asked yourself how in the world was that website built? Do you wonder what the Great Oz of website implementations looks like? At TBG (The Berndt Group), we are lucky to have a stellar development team that architects innovative technical solutions and implementations for our clients. Let's peel back the curtain and meet one of TBG's "Oz's"...
Introducing...Conor, one of TBG's very smart and capable developer "Oz's" on the technical team here at TBG. Conor architects and builds software after close involvement in the requirements gathering process to make sure his solutions fit our clients' vision. In addition to doing custom Web development, he also is experienced in implementing and extending third-party applications. After receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from Stevenson University (formally Villa Julie College), Conor launched his career as an applications / Web developer.
TBG is always looking for the best and brightest and is happy that after gaining industry experience, Conor planted roots at TBG. And Conor agrees it's a good fit! "One reason working at The Berndt Group is great is due to the variety of clients and all of the different requirements that they bring to the table. It keeps work challenging, but also fun and rewarding at the same time."
Conor has worked on projects including the Office of Government Ethics (OGE), NAIOP, BioDuro, the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO), and the Accreditation Board for Education and Technology (ABET), to name a few.
Conor's passion for programming is reflected in the great work he does at TBG:
"I love to program because it provides opportunities to look at real world problems from an abstract point of view and use technology to develop efficient and scalable solutions to those problems."
When Conor isn't heads-down in code, you can find him spending time with his wife, family and friends and shredding it on the drums (all hail John Bonham!). He's also a gamer—playing and repairing video games. And Conor's never met a cat he didn't like; his cats have starred in a TBG Facebook album!