This post is part of an ongoing series of Rangers introductions. See An index to all Rangers covered on this blog for more details.
Who are you?
My name is Esteban Garcia. I am a Solutions Architect at AgileThought (http://www.agilethought.com) where I focus on ALM Consulting, helping organizations with ALM best practices and to get the most out of TFS and the entire VS ALM suite of tools.
I am also the president of the Orlando .NET User Group (http://www.ONETUG.org) where we try to grow and improve the .NET community in Central Florida with our monthly meetings and yearly Code Camp.
What makes you tick?
Knowing that things are done right, automating processes and helping teams use technology to their advantage. Sharing knowledge and helping others share their knowledge with the community.
Enjoying life with my wife and two children.
Where you live?
Where is the place you call home?
Orlando, Florida. I’m originally from Quito, Ecuador and spent my teenage years in Bradenton, Florida. I came to Orlando to go to college (UCF) and this became home.
Why are you active in the Rangers program?
I’ve benefited a lot from the documents and tools that the Rangers have made available in the past. I really enjoy working with TFS and Visual Studio ALM tools and I am really happy to be able to contribute and provide other people with the tools they need to succeed.
What is the best Rangers project you worked in and why?
I am new to the program, so I hope to get back to you with a good answer soon.