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Nick Landry

Nick Landry
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Nick Landry (@ActiveNick) is a Senior Product Manager for @Infragistics, a Microsoft Gold Partner and the world leader in user interface development tools that empower developers to build and style immersive user experiences and rich data visualization in line of business applications across all .NET platforms, the Web and mobile devices (www.infragistics.com).

Nick is at the helm of Infragistics’ mobile and data visualization developer tools across multiple technologies and platforms, and is the Product Manager for the following Infragistics developer tools:

He previously spent a total of 16 years of his career in IT consulting and technology services organizations across various technical and business roles, designing, building, managing and selling innovative software solutions for some of the world top brands and Fortune 500 companies. You can follow Nick in Social Media outlets online at:

Known for his dynamic and engaging style, he is a frequent speaker at major software development conferences worldwide and an 8-year Microsoft MVP awarded on Windows Phone Development. With 20 years of professional experience, Nick is a developer and software architect by trade and specializes in Enterprise Mobility, Location Intelligence & Mapping, Touch Computing & NUI, and Game Development with XNA. He wrote multiple articles for CODE Magazine, published white papers, wrote several mobility courses, has been a technical editor for IT books, and holds several professional certifications.

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Princeton, NJ

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http://twitter.com/ActiveNick

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