28 December 2015


Daniel Marbach talks with Dave Rael about experiences in software, taking care of yourself, distributed systems and distributed teams, and being a geek.

Daniel Marbach is a Solution Architect at Particular Software Ltd and the CEO of Tracelight GmbH in Switzerland. His experience spreads from client and server development to building distributed systems. Daniel has extensive knowledge in the .NET ecosystem including NoSQL databases, asynchronous programming, open-source software development and much more. He is a Microsoft MVP for Integration, a frequent speaker, coach and passionate blog writer. Daniel co-founded the .NET Usergroup Central Switzerland and continues his journey of software development with passion. Quote: Evolvable and maintainable architecture is not created in an ivory tower. It is a result of continuous improvements of targeted pragmatism and cooperation in a team with a common vision.

Daniel's book recommendations:
Daniel's top 3 tips for delivering more value:
  1. Recognize that everyone has potential, particularly that you have potential.
  2. Surround yourself with people that bring you forward.
  3. If you achieve something, share it with you friends and coworkers and family.

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