Young and loud might be the best way to describe me. My name is Steve Syfuhs and I build stuff. I'm a software developer by trade and spend my time working (living/breathing) in the security space.
American Expat. Canadian. I live and work in Chilliwack, British Columbia as a Program Manager for the Identity and Access team at Scorpion Software building some pretty awesome products like AuthAnvil Single Sign On.
Visual Studio is my mantra and I prefer web development. I still like using WebForms. Most of the time.
I first received an MVP Award from Microsoft for Developer Security in 2011. I get to use this image:
What’s an MVP?
Directly from Microsoft:
Since the early 1990s, Microsoft has recognized the inspiring activities of MVPs around the world with the MVP Award. MVPs freely share their deep knowledge, real-world experience, and impartial, objective feedback to help people enhance the way they use technology. Of more than 100 million users who participate in technology communities, around 4,000 are recognized as Microsoft MVPs.
MVPs are independent experts who are offered a close connection with people at Microsoft. To acknowledge MVPs’ leadership and provide a platform to help support their efforts, Microsoft often gives MVPs early access to Microsoft products, as well as the opportunity to pass on their highly targeted feedback and recommendations about product design, development, and support.