Currently I work as a Vice President of Consulting at Improving Enterprises, helping organizations succeed with .NET projects, agile project management, and community engagement.

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I am a popular speaker throughout the country on matters .NET, Agile and career management. I have keynoted conferences, organized conferences, led user groups, and spoken at user groups hundreds of times.

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I am a passionate gamer, both table-top gaming and computer gaming. As the former host of Radio Free Hommlet, a podcast dedicated to D&D 4th Edition and player of many MMORPGs I'm always ready to discuss games.

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Tim has top notch technical skills and is always the go-to guy for in depth questions about the latest technologies. But he also has communications skills. He is in demand as a speaker at users' groups and techical conferences. And his organizational skills really very good - he was President of a popular users' group. All-in-all he is a consumate consulant who would be a major addition to any team.

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Richard Threlkeld

Owner, Software Innovation

Tim is a great Lead with the ability to not only bring years of experience to the table, but also doesn't mind spending however long to make sure the entire team understands why certain practices should be taken.

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Edmond Avanesian

Lead Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton

Tim Rayburn is my hero. #ThatIsAll

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Cori Drew

Senior Consultant, Improving Enterprises

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Tim Rayburn is a Vice President of Consulting with Improving Enterprises, a software and project management consulting company in Dallas, TX. He is a passionate advocate of apprenticeship and mentorship in corporate environments. Since 2007 he has been awarded the Microsoft MVP in recognition of his expertise and community leadership. He is also a conference organizer, an author, and can be found speaking across the nation on agile processes, software design, and career management. He lives in the North Dallas area with his amazing wife Kate and their loyal dog Gandalf.