Hi, My name is Robert Greiner. I build and deliver quality software that helps businesses succeed. I'm a consultant, programmer, teacher, father, husband, software architect, team lead, Center, photographer, and mentor. I also give the occasional talk, but not that often.
I am currently working as a manager at Pariveda Solutions, a consulting firm in Dallas where I lead a really smart team of developers working in the .NET and Azure space. I write about technology, leadership, code, quality, business, careers, cloud computing, and anything else that catches my interest. I also enjoy reading and playing hockey.
I sincerely hope you find the information on this blog both interesting and useful. If you have any questions or would like to chat, feel free to contact me via one of the methods outlined below.
I also write more long-form articles on my Svbtle blog. You should check it out.
I started working as a programmer my senior year of college where I got an internship at L-3 Communications and stayed there for the first five years of my career. Later, I took a software engineering position Autonomy, a UK based company which HP later purchased for way too much money and finally moved to Southwest Airlines as a contractor before ending up at my current position at Pariveda Solutions.
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Give Back, Become a Student Mentor
Software Engineering is a truly great profession. It is filled with passionate, intelligent, and hard working people from diverse backgrounds. Best of all, we get paid to do something we love, which is rare. For these reasons, I feel it is important to give back where I can to inspire others to meet their education and career goals.
One of my favorite ways to give back is to mentor students and young professionals. I enjoy giving advice and inspiring people to achieve their potential. Having a positive impact on someone's life is truly a great feeling, especially if you can help them avoid mistakes and pitfalls along their path to success.
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