A Personal Note – Moving On…


In our industry it is common to have a number of jobs during the course of your career. I’ve benefitted from my experiences at PBS, Citibank, Ziff Davis, AT&T and Microsoft to name just a few.

In recent years I’ve had the privilege to be a Technical Evangelist for Microsoft and for Telerik. But I’m a programmer at heart and have felt a strong desire to get back to coding.

I’ve had a great time at Telerik, where I had a chance to work with outstanding people and extraordinary products. But I’ve been offered a job with Falafel Software, a Telerik partner,  and I can’t resist the chance to spend more of my time on hard-core programming.

At Falafel, I’ll be consulting, training and programming. I’ll also be continuing my blog, my podcast, my writing and creating courses for Pluralsight. Falafel is a world-class organization with amazing people, and this was an opportunity far too perfect to turn down.

Thank you all, for your on-going support and interest. The next few years should be very interesting. I look forward to learning and writing more about Windows 8.1 as well as HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, One ASP.NET, Mobile and much more.

About Jesse Liberty

Jesse Liberty has three decades of experience writing and delivering software projects and is the author of 2 dozen books and a couple dozen Pluralsight & LinkedIn Learning courses. He was a Senior Technical Evangelist for Microsoft, a Distinguished Software Engineer for AT&T, a VP for Information Services for Citibank and a Software Architect for PBS. He is a Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer and a Xamarin MVP and a Microsoft MVP.
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11 Responses to A Personal Note – Moving On…

  1. Johh Smith says:

    Congratulations, Jessie! One down, ~800 to go.

  2. Thank you all for your kind wishes.

  3. Kiril says:

    Best of luck Jesse! I hope we cross paths again 🙂

  4. Chris Sells says:

    Jesse, I definitely know what it’s like to feel the call to build real software again. I find a need a cycle between product development and product evangelism to be happy. I was glad to get to work with you on your most recent evangelism cycle and I hope we get to work together in your new development cycle. Enjoy slinging that code!

  5. Jason says:

    Congrats, good luck, and I’ll see you when we cross paths again!

  6. Jim Wooley says:

    Without building stuff, you often loose sight of the fringe cases that those of us who are building stuff bump our heads into every day. Good luck with Falafel. I’ve used their eventboard and have been impressed with what I’ve seen.

  7. Jim Holmes says:

    Jesse: It was great working with you and I know you’ll do amazing things with Lino and the gang at Falafel.

    Best of luck!

  8. Dan Wahlin says:

    Best of luck Jesse! Sounds fun. 🙂

  9. J. Tower says:

    We’re excited to have you, Jesse. Welcome to the team!

  10. Elijah Manor says:

    Congrats! Yeah, I like staying technical as well. I hope it is a great fit for you

  11. Wish you all the best Jesse in your future missions in coding stuffs. Will be glad to see more stuffs from you in coming days.


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