Ron Hudson is a Microsoft-certified .NET and SQL Server developer/trainer in Orange County, California. His current special areas of interest include C# .NET 3.5, SQL Server 2005 Service Broker, and other service-oriented enterprise application architectures. His primary programming languages are C#.NET, Transact-SQL, and Javascript.

  • 1995: While programming for the Walt Disney Corporation using Visual Basic 3.0 and SQL Server 4.2, Ron became one of the first 100 people in the world to earn Microsoft's most-advanced software engineering certification (Microsoft Certified Solution Developer).
  • 1997: Ron designed and developed the Transcender testing engine using Visual Studio 5.0. Hundreds of thousands of copies have been sold, and later versions are still sold to a large technical training market.
  • 2002: Ron developed for Microsoft the first fully-integrated .NET and SQL Server developer training program in Orange County (in partnership with Software Education of America )
  • 2007: Ron became a Microsoft Certified Application Developer for .NET and a Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist for SQL Server 2005.

Project Highlights:
2012-3 - Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting - Mobile Application Architect
2011 - Kaiser Permanente and Smith Micro - Senior Web/Database Developer/Architect
2009 - Disney and Edwards Lifesciences - C# ASP.NET Application Designer/Developer
2008 - Administaff - Lead Developer, Business Intelligence for Elite Law Firms
2007 - Cisco Systems - Service-oriented Video Surveilance SDK Developer
2006 - Toshiba Digital Products Division - AJAX/SQL Server Software Architect/Developer
2005 - New Century Mortgage - Senior Data Warehouse Design and Development Consultant
1996-2008 - Microsoft Certified Trainer for .NET and SQL Server
1996-2004 - Client-Server Systems, Inc. - President and CEO
1995-2003 - Transcender Corporation - Principal Software Designer and Developer

1994 - Nissan Motor Corporation - Advanced Inventory Analytics using Transact-SQL
1993 - First programming job using FoxPro for Windows 1.0