Kieron Lanning

Solutions-oriented software architect/engineer with over ten years’ experience in the design, development and support of bespoke business-orientated software solutions for a broad range of businesses and industries, including blue chip corporations, financial sector and full service agencies.

What I do...

Excellent knowledge of the Microsoft .Net Framework with a particular focus on leveraging the right areas the Framework to create highly scalable, object orientated technical solutions.

Practical experience of using recent technologies within the .NET arena, including the ASP.NET MVC Framework. Experience integrating and streamlining the development process and development team communication channels.

Extensive experience using various design patterns, UML for architecture related tasks and the agile development process to ensure that solutions are developed in line with project goals, time scales and costs.

Available for contract work either on or off-site.

Clients

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Recommendations

  • Kieron has demonstrated a broad knowledge of all current .NET and WinRT technologies, specialising in ASP.NET MVC and WebAPI, and is a very capable developer whom I would recommend without reservation. more...

    Philip Hopkins

  • Goodness me what the man doesn't know about software development can fit on postage stamp. This man is geek personified but with the added benefit of having a super personality. Kieron should be on every software development team's shopping list ;... more...

    Matt Goddard

  • I had the pleasure of working with Kieron Lanning during my tenure as an Agile Consultant and Scrum Master with Benefex in Southampton. Kieron is most definitely one of the best Lead Application Developers I have ever worked with: He is highly ... more...

    Joseph Cruickshank

  • I had the pleasure of working with Kieron at the Co-op. His skills and experience were invaluable to the team and I look forward to working with him again in the future. more...

    Mark Pryce-Maher