Dan Hermes, Xamarin MVP, .NET software consultant, author, speaker
Dan Hermes is the author of a new book entitled Xamarin Mobile Application Development. Dan is a Xamarin MVP, software consultant, and founder of Lexicon Systems, an award-winning Xamarin and .NET consulting firm. Mr. Hermes helps developers create great mobile apps and helps businesses develop a winning mobile strategy. His firm’s recent Xamarin projects include a cross-platform app for Thermo Fisher Scientific which won a W3, a Davey award, and was a finalist for a Xammy award. Mr. Hermes’ clientele includes dozens of software-building firms such as Fidelity Investments, EDS, and Computerworld Magazine. He speaks at conferences and teaches software development at colleges, developer user groups, and corporate training centers.
Dan and his company build .NET, iOS, and Android applications in sectors such as biotech, finance, healthcare, retail, transportation, advertising, and sports; for blue chips and startups; and especially for software companies. Dan conducts Xamarin code reviews, delivers Xamarin workshops, and he and his team build acclaimed Xamarin apps.
Dan is a contemporary Renaissance man who is also active in the arts. His music compositions have aired on National Public Radio (NPR). He has taught his music curriculum at the Boston Conservatory and his music is available on iTunes (a solo album and his group, Hermes Orchestra). His digital fine art exhibits internationally, resides in cataloged private collections, and has been cited by Forbes and Reuters. He has written art reviews published by Media-N and MIT Press and he served as a founding director of Art Technology New England (ATNE).
Dan mixes arguably authentic tiki cocktails and has a blue-fronted Amazon parrot named Chicken.
Firms who are passionate about serving their customers through software development call upon Dan to help lead them into the fast-growing world of mobile devices using Xamarin.