Jason Milgram

Jason Milgram jmilgram Jason Milgram
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Niner since 2008

Jason is the Director of Software Development at Champion Solutions Group headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida. Jason has been working with computers ever since he bought his first, a Timex/Sinclair 1000 in 6th grade and taught himself BASIC programming. Prior to Champion Jason has worked in IT for clients such as IBM, the U.S. Department of Justice, Florida Power and Light, Chase Manhattan Bank, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Kodak and Iris Associates (creator of Lotus Notes). He was also a sergeant in the US Army Reserve, serving from 1990 to 1998. Jason was educated at the University of Cincinnati and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Sloan School of Management. As a public speaker, Jason has presented on topics including cloud computing, Microsoft Azure, and launching a tech start-up. He is a Microsoft Azure MVP, one of sixteen in the United States, and a registered INETA Regional Speaker.


  • Team Foundation Service Preview: Team Build

    Thanks for putting these together. I received our Team Foundation Service Preview account at BUILD, and am now creating a few projects on it. I am starting with smaller projects that we have on our traditional TFS, and will see how the team does with transitioning to TFS-as-a-Service.

  • ARCast.TV - Every Class a WCF Service with Juval Lowy

    Ron, just found this podcast, and the issues brought up are still spot on today. Juval is an excellent spokesperson for WCF. He definitely hit all of the highlights I feel are worth mentioning about WCF. His statement that WCF is like learning another development platform resonated with me. I saw this as a problem, and was inspired to develop a solution for those that sought the benefits of WCF but without the learning curve. There are many businesses out there that need to implement the type of functionality that WCF offers, but not all of them have the expertise and resources to learn and utilize WCF. BizTalk Services (Internet Service Bus) exists, but one still needs to learn WCF. I look forward to more of your podcasts. I'm going to browse through your archives and get caught-up.