Martin L. Shoemaker is a software developer whose career spans 19 different Microsoft operating systems (plus Windows 98 and Windows ME, which he cleverly avoided). He has worked in the fields of color science, on-line shopping, databases, material handling, medical imaging, laboratory test management, customer relations management, vehicle diagnostics, insurance, and RFID. He is also a frequent speaker, having presented to Software Development West, Software Development East, Software Development Best Practices, Visual Studio Live, Visual C++ Developers Conference, UML World, Rational Users Conference, Web Services Edge, and developer groups in 13 states (and counting). He has also taught UML to corporate clients across the country and around the world, including Microsoft, the University of Michigan, Hewlett-Packard, and Intuit. His latest UML education effort is Ulterior Motive Lounge (http://www.UlteriorMotiveLounge.com), the world’s first UML comic strip.
As The UML Guy (http://www.TheUMLGuy.com), Martin is available both as an instructor and as a consultant and mentor, offering his guidance and expertise to clients who need high-quality requirements analysis and design services with UML, as well as custom software in the .NET and Windows Mobile environments.
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