About me

I specialise in .Net web development, particularly Umbraco CMS and bespoke integration solutions. I have strong experience in OOP and in frameworks such as MVC, NHibernate, EF, Elastic Search, Lucene and technologies like Azure

My name is Kieron McIntyre and I'm a .Net developer based in north Leeds, West Yorkshire. I started down this road in '99 and have never been happier! Since then I have worked as a web developer in financial, corporate and more recently digital agency environments and then became a freelance developer in 2013.

Kieron McIntyre

I have worked on and led projects ranging from national government and local government websites; intranets for Transport for London and InBev; websites for Hallmark and to trust fund supermarket sites like financial group Torquil Clark and national cosmetic surgery providers Transform.

I can provide and support solutions using a range of frameworks and technologies including:

  • C#.Net MVC and Web Forms
  • Azure
  • NHibernate, EF, Petapoco, Dapper
  • SQL Server
  • Javascript

Other services

Although my services are predominantly development focussed I offer the following services.

  • Requirement gathering
  • Technical specification creation
  • Server management, maintenance and setup
  • Hosting
  • Training. I have provided a great deal of training to clients in the past, either one-on-one or often groups up to 10. This has included providing on-site training to council and government bodies like Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure and also companies such as MyTravelSupermarket;

And in case you're interested ...

In addition to this I have experience in CMS, ecommerce and 3rd party platforms such as:

  • Umbraco;
  • Orchard;
  • nopCommerce;
  • A range of bespoke CMS platforms.

I am passionate about technologies and amongst other things use the following:

  • Git, Subversion and Mercurial
  • TeamCity & Cruise Control
  • Unit testing

Me

I also help organise the LeedsSharp meetup and a keen 4th kyu (purple and white belt) karateka.

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