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Today's ITUnity Champ:

Shawn Wildermuth

Shawn Wildermuth

One of the Minds at Wilder Minds
Blog: https://wildermuth.com/
Twitter: @ShawnWildermuth

Just ahead of Microsoft’s Build 2017 developer conference next week, it’s a good time to check out a few community folk who specialize in software and services development.

Wildermuth is definitely one of those guys.

Wildermuth’s “official” title is one of the Minds at Wilder Minds, his Atlanta, Ga.-based consulting company.

He’s a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for Visual Studio and Development Technologies specializing in ASP.NET/IIS. He’s a Pluralsight course author, author of several books and many articles on software development, and a frequent industry conference speaker.

One of Wildermuth’s blog posts from late last year is a good primer for some of the discussions likely at Build next week.

Looking for the Goldilocks of Web Frameworks

So I’ve been on a mission of sorts…I’m looking for the right size framework for some of my web development. I know what you’re saying, “Aren’t you suggesting Angular2 for everything”? No, no I’m not.

I just made a bunch of you excited. You React, Aurelia, and Ember enthusiasts and now probably foaming at the lips ready to tell me to use one of your frameworks! Hold off for now. Let’s talk about it.

Read the rest of his post here.