Over the last few years I have worked with different parts of the Microsoft stack, here are a few key elements that I work with today.
C#, .Net, .Net Core, ASP.Net, UWP, WPF, WinForms. Language and frameworks I've worked with the longest.
Working with micro-services in the Azure Cloud has been really interesting. Logic apps, Azure Functions, general cloud based architecture.
I've been working with Xamarin since before it was owned by Microsoft, it's come a long way and is my preferred method of developing cross-platform application.
Microsofts BotFramework, Decision, Vision, Speech, Search and Language APIs driven by AI and Machine Learning.
... I have worked with a wide variety of clients from different industries as is the nature of the work that I do. I am a big believer in futurology and I think that the landscape of consumable AI and Machine learning services is going to lead to some ground-breaking industry changes in the near future. I fall under the term full-stack developer, but I personally subscribe to the T shaped model which comes from the idea that an individual can possess deep skills in a few areas as well as a broader range of shallower skills. I have been fortunate to work with some really interesting industries and business which has helped me broaden areas of certain tech stacks.
Industry relevant certifications and accreditations that I've attained through recognised indsutry bodies such as Microsoft and Plural Sight.
My proficiencies as they relate to each other; think of it like it's a confidence level against each technology.
Here are all of my GitHub repositories, some are old and un-managed, others are recent and actively maintained.