About Me Senior .NET developer (C#) based in Brighton, UK

Hello, my name is Steve Gordon. I’m a senior engineer at Elastic maintaining the .NET client libraries. I’m a Microsoft MVP, AWS Hero and Pluralsight author.

Outside of my work at Elastic, I maintain a strong interest and enthusiasm for development and being part of the fantastic .NET community. I consume many blog posts, podcasts and videos to learn about the new technologies available to me. I’m very focused on ASP.NET Core from Microsoft; blogging extensively about that here.

I’m a past contributor to open source on a very exciting project for Humanitarian Toolbox. Humanitarian Toolbox are a US charity who aim to provide free software solutions to disaster response and disaster relief charities. They are developing software solutions to assist humanitarian causes with support from developers around the world. You can contribute via their Github account.

I speak regularly at .NET conferences and user groups around the world. If you’d like me to attend your event, please do reach out to me.

I have founded a .NET user group called .NET South East based in Brighton which is focused on bringing interesting speakers and talks to our local developer community.

I live 30 minutes down the coast from Brighton in Eastbourne, with my wife and our two cats. When not coding or learning about coding, I enjoy walks, travelling and tennis.