Null Pointers is your opinionated podcast on development, tech and every day struggles. After bumping into each other a few times at conferences and in the virtual world Gerald, Mark and Steven decided to start a podcast. Being developers ourselves means we cover development topics most of the time. Still, we don’t shy away from moving outside of our little comfort zone.
Who are we?
Hi! I’m Gerald Versluis, a software developer from the Netherlands. Besides just writing code, I also try to share my knowledge through my blog, YouTube channel, public speaking and writing books and articles. And now a podcast!
I’m mainly focussing on creating apps, especially by the means of Xamarin and everything that has to do with it. But an app is not complete without a proper backend, right? So, I’m not afraid of some ASP.NET (Core) or other web applications. I also like to tinker around with all kinds of other things, like continuous delivery and continuous integration, everything Azure, a little bit of AI, etc. Have a look at my GitHub account for some of my work at a glance.
Living in Switzerland and working during the day on .NET Solutions with a focus on mobile, IoT and web (mostly backend) development. I enjoy working in teams with an Agile/DevOps mindset and am always trying to improve the things that I am doing. During my downtime, I like to do sports, learn new things, blog, hang out with friends and family or enjoy a walk with the dog. You can always find me on Twitter or GitHub 🙂
Can be bribed with: Coffee, chocolate, cookies and beer.
A software developer from the Netherlands focusing on Xamarin development, crafting fancy UIs, tinkering in Azure DevOps and developing REST APIs. I started working with Xamarin in 2014 and have been in love with it ever since. When I’m not coding, you can find me writing blogs, tweeting, playing soccer, or just having some fun and the occasional drink with my friends. If you bring cookies, chocolate and/or a nice beer, we can quickly become best friends.
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Intro Music by Kevin MacLeod. We’ve taken a short sample from the full sound file and use that clip as our tune. Thank you for allowing us to do so! If you ever read this Kevin, we owe you a drink!