This post is part of an ongoing series of Rangers introductions. See Ranger Index (Who is Who?) for more details.

Who you are?

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Sergio Romero, no I'm not Argentina's goal keeper, I'm a self starter, innovator, problem solver, developer, born on BCS Mexico, raised and educated in Mexico city. I enjoy photography, Tae kwon do, and Soccer, I love the 3 ladies in my family my wife, and my 2 daughters, when I'm not coding, doing research, photography or home automation. I share time with them at soccer games tournaments, Horse shows and vacations.

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What makes you “tick”?

I'm passionate about learning and teaching others good practices about software development and ALM.

Where you live? 

I live in the City of Cumming GA, work In Alpharetta Ga

Why are you active in the Rangers program?

I'm active in the ALM rangers program because I love to teach and improve processes.

I've been always able to use the guidance from the rangers, from infrastructure to branch management and all in between saving me time and efforts, With the new releases of TFS and the continuous increase in the tools available for it, I would like help the community with my experience.

What is the best Rangers project you worked in and why?

I have not work in any of the Rangers project. however I consider each and everyone of the projects produced by the Rangers to be excellent tools and guidances full of good examples and patterns that everyone can benefit from.

I have personally benefit from the Lab Management guide, Dependency management with NuGet.

I consider the DevOps, initiative something I would like to work on. The build process and the lab management are great tools. however TFS as a complete ALM tool is lacking of a tool that help with the continue multiple environments deployment, specially for organizations with centralized SCM.