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Featured Keyhole Educators


David Pitt

David Pitt is a Sr. Solutions Architect and a Managing Partner of Keyhole Software. With more than 25 years of IT experience, David has spent the last 15 years leading and mentoring development teams utilizing Java and .NET technologies.

He is an author of numerous technical articles, and a co-author of a popular IBM book that documents some of his architecture design patterns. Recent projects involve speaking, writing, and training developers in enterprise JavaScript development best practices & Blockchain technology.

Dallas Monson

Dallas Monson is a proven strategic and tactical leader/architect with 16+ years in multiple technology stacks and ability to apply advice, patterns and practices in both .NET and Java ecosystems.

In recent projects, Dallas has provided architectural direction, coaching, mentoring and team building throughout multiple industries. Most recently, he led a large-scale modernization effort moving several million lines of COBOL to end-state .NET core architecture emphasizing microservices and several cloud technologies.

Chris Berry

Chris Berry is a User Experience Design Architect at Keyhole Software with over 15 years working in the .NET and JavaScript ecosystems and having the ability to guide and mentor developers in creating flexible and useable web applications.

Chris likes to dive in and look at the architecture of an application to learn how all of the moving pieces are handled. In the end, he loves to pass along what he’s learned and to help people make some good design choices for all aspects of a project.

Jaime Niswonger

Jaime Niswonger is a Principal Consultant with Keyhole Software and brings 20 years of IT experience to the podium. He has been consulting nearly his entire career, which has allowed him to be exposed to a wide spectrum of technologies, processes, and problem spaces.

He has spent considerable time mentoring and training enterprise IT developers around the globe. He has pursued finding the ‘sweet-spots’ within the plethora of libraries and frameworks available and hopes to help ease that transition a bit for you when it comes to Containerization & Kubernetes.