About Ken Bonny

I’m Ken Bonny, a software developer with a preference for the Microsoft .NET framework. I’m a Microsoft Certified Programmer (or Professional, I always forget the meaning of the P in MCP). Although Dematic Egemin is my current employer, the opinions I express here are my own. My main interests are cloud computing, security, both in technology and in my personal life, sport, (Marvel) movies and gaming. I combine sport and personal security by practising Krav Maga, an Israeli self-defence sport. My favourite game is the original Neverwinter Nights. The best Marvel film is either the first Iron Man, Deadpool or Guardians of the Galaxy, I’m not entirely sure (I’ll better watch them again). In 2015, I married the most awesome woman in the world: Kelly Alix. I’ll blog mainly about technology, sometimes my life or whatever I find interesting. I’ll try to keep the rants to a minimum, can’t promise anything though.

Career

Two bachelor degrees in Applied Informatics and Business Management couldn’t get me a permanent job, so I tried my luck in university. Apparently math is not my strong side, but I got contacted by a company that hired me. My first employer Logica, now CGI, hired me as a .NET consultant. After a year, they asked me if I wanted to try something new called OutSystems. I worked in that technology just shy of a year and found out it wasn’t my thing. RealDolmen offered me an opportunity as a .NET programmer. In the middle of 2016, a recruiter got me in touch with Dematic Egemin, who make fully autonomous warehouses. I help them improve their code base by adding small improvements on each project I do for them.

Contact

If you want to get in touch, you can contact me by Twitter | LinkedIn

You can take a look at my projects on GitHub. Just know that I start a project when I feel like it, but most of them are to try something specific so not everything gets finished.

Disclaimer: nothing I say should be taken too seriously. 🙂

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