Keith Skronek

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Keith Skronek is Principal Technologist at Nexient. In this role, Keith leads the delivery team to establish, document, educate and enforce coding best practices. Keith provides architectural guidance and technical direction for Nexient’s engineers. He built out the company's microservice architecture, a service offered to customers since 2012.

Keith has been writing code for nearly 40 years and delivering enterprise software for nearly 20. A Michigan native, Keith previously specialized in Java as a senior developer with Borders, ePrize, ForeSee Results, McKesson, and Pillar Technology.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Keith Skronek and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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