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Andy Hopper is a Enterprise Architect for Wintellect (http://www.wintellect.com), a company that supplies software training, consulting, and debugging services.
Classically trained as an electrical engineer, Andy rediscovered his long-lost love with programming while working on a PhD project and changed careers in 1995 to become a self-taught software engineer. Andy realized his time with C++, VB and ATL were at an end when he received the .NET Framework preview at the 2000 Professional Developer's Conference.