Hi, I'm Randy Burden
Software Development Leader
Below is a list of some of the open source software projects I've created and contributed to. Visit my GitHub profile to see more.
A .NET cross-platform micro web framework for rapidly building web-based HTTP services and websites. It can run self-hosted or within an ASP.NET website.
Contributions: Project creator, primary contributor, and former maintainer. The framework has been used to create over 60 enterprise web applications and has had over 15 contributors.
A .NET micro-ORM data access library providing lightweight ADO.NET wrapper, object mapper, and helper functions with support for MS SQL Server, MySql, SQLite, and PostgreSQL.
Contributions: Project creator, primary contributor, and former maintainer. The library has been used in over 100 enterprise applications and I created extensive documentation and contributed over 500 unit tests to ensure high code quality.
A .NET library that can convert dynamic data into static types and populate complex nested child objects.
Contributions: Project creator, primary contributor, and former maintainer. The library has been downloaded on NuGet over 1.2 million times, has multiple contributors, and has spun off into it's own organization at which point I handed over ownership to the community.
Hi, my name is Randy Burden and I live in the Dallas, Texas area with my beautiful wife and children. By trade I am a software developer and have successfully served as a technical leader on numerous teams and projects. I pride myself in being honest, transparent, always making time for others, and strive to lead by example.
I am passionate about software development and enjoy all of the challenges and rewards that come with each project I participate on. I greatly enjoy learning new concepts, methodologies, best practices, and technologies. I am an avid software development podcast listener and plain and simple can't get enough of learning new things.
I am usually always busy but I try hard to make time for my hobbies which include learning more about Jesus, playing guitar, programming, discovering new music, listening to podcasts, watching tv, hiking, and some casual gaming.