Charles is responsible for leading overall company strategy and execution, providing executive leadership, and enabling the many talented people at Wintellect to help our customers and partners do more. He is passionate about helping others adopt the latest technologies to create, innovate, and "renovate" their businesses, and delighted to do so at Wintellect, a company of experts. Prior to joining Wintellect, he spent 19 years with Minitab Inc., including 3 years as President. Under his leadership, he led Minitab through their digital transformation and into historic top-line growth and profitability. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; a master’s degree in mathematics from Georgia State University; two years of doctoral coursework in mathematics and statistics at The Pennsylvania State University and an MBA with high honors from the University of Chicago’s, Booth School of Business. Charles works out of Wintellect's Chicago, IL office.
Todd is President at Wintellect, a nationally recognized consulting and training firm dedicated to helping companies build better software, faster. Todd is also the Microsoft Regional Director for Atlanta, and works extensively with Microsoft in various forums and capacities. Prior to joining Wintellect, Todd worked at RDA Corporation, where he led the startup and management of the company’s Southeast office in Atlanta as Managing Director. Before that Todd served as Software Manager for the Naval Research Lab's Special Projects group of the Tactical Electronic Warfare division in Washington, D.C., where he worked with optical radar receiver systems. His previous background was in experimental physics at the University of Maryland's Charged Particle Beam Lab, publishing over half a dozen scientific papers in such journals as the Review of Scientific Instruments and the Bulletin of American Physics. An aviation enthusiast and pilot for almost 30 years, Todd enjoys flying many different types of aircraft, including ultralights, helicopters, and hang gliders. He is building a WW1 fighter airplane in his basement. His wife, who wanted that space for a media room, is not amused.
Jeff Prosise makes his living writing apps for Microsoft platforms and teaching others how to do the same. With expertise in HTML5, Windows, and Windows Phone, he travels the world enlightening audiences about tools and techniques for creating rich apps. A former engineer who discovered after college that there's more to life than computing loads on mounting brackets, today Jeff's passion is for mobile development and the Microsoft Web stack. He works closely with Microsoft product teams in Redmond, WA, to track the latest advances in these technologies. Jeff has written nine books and hundreds of magazine articles, in addition to prolifically blogging about his latest adventures, passions, and discoveries in programming.
John Robbins is a cofounder of Wintellect, where he heads up the consulting and debugging services side of the business. He also travels the world teaching his Mastering .NET Debugging and Mastering Windows Debugging courses so that developers everywhere can learn the techniques he uses to solve the nastiest software problems known to man. As one of the world's recognized authorities on debugging, John takes an evil delight in finding and fixing impossible bugs in other people's programs.