Jeremy (JB) is an experienced solutions architect, developer and consultant with over 9 years experience in the New Zealand market.
Jeremy helped build a strong culture of innovation and applied learning within Intergen during 2001-2006 where he contributed to company growth as well as the development towards a more mature focus, which is exhibited by his role in the development of a new business unit – Support Services in 2006.
Since 2003, Jeremy has played a key role within the New Zealand Microsoft development community, helping develop and grow the role of community reach, and later taking on the role of Microsoft Regional Director which he currently is active in.
Jeremy believes in taking a direct and focused approach to software development, aiming for the critical path and seeing technology as a key enabler towards better efficiency in business. A geek since a young age, Jeremy has a keen eye for opportunities to solve real world problems using software – a skill he has continually applied within the IT field itself, building a number of end user products which help solve specialist problems for technical professionals.
John-Daniel is an experienced software developer and has operated several businesses. He attended Massey University where he earned a Bachelor of Information Science before taking a developer position at a leading New Zealand software organization, Intergen. During this time John-Daniel won several awards for his work both within Intergen and the industry.
In 2006 John-Daniel won ".Net Blog of the Year" for his personal blog and is a Microsoft MVP for his experience with ASP.Net. He is a highly active participant in the New Zealand technology scene and has a passion for both business and software. John-Daniel was the winner of the 2009 New Zealand Hi-Tech Young Achiever award and is also a finalist in the Hi-Tech Young Achiever award for 2010.
John-Daniel also serves as a director of several other businesses and enjoys the challenges of developing technology driven businesses.