Hi, my name is Gregor Suttie and I live near Glasgow, Scotland.

I am a passionate developer with 20+ years experience, mainly with Microsoft Technologies and background is a .NET developer since the start of .NET. – I was one of the first 50 people in the world to become an MCSD developer back in the day.


  • Azure MVP awarded in August 2019.
  • Help run the Glasgow Azure User Group which runs every second month.
  • Run the Azure Global Bootcamp (Glasgow edition) and do talks at both.
  • Help with organizing DDD Scotland.
  • Help organized and spoke at https://www.scottishsummit.com
  • Invited to speak at Microsoft Ignite the Tour Zurich on “Deployment Practices for Greater Reliability”.
  • Sat and passed 9 Azure exams in the last 16 months and a constant learner.
  • Prominent in the Azure community, podcast appearances, articles for companies, and technical author for the book called Agile Project Management with Azure DevOps by Apress.
  • My main passions are around Azure and DevOps
  • I went from no knowledge of Azure to an Azure MVP in under 2 years and along the journey passed 9 exams, I learn new skills quickly and I keep on top of a number of technologies and a life learner.

Technical Experience  

  • Visual Studio, VS Code
  • Agile (Scrum and Kanban)
  • Azure DevOps, Jira, Confluence, GitHub
  • PowerShell, Azure CLI (bash and PowerShell)
  • Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment,
  • MVC, .NET Framework, WebAPI (Swagger, OpenAPI), Entity Framework
  • SQL Server, Cosmos DB 
  • XUnit, NUnit, MS Test, Moq
  • Git, Octopus Deploy, TeamCity, Jenkins, GitHub Actions
  • Azure WebApps, Traffic Manager, AppInsights, LogicApps, Function Apps, Automation, Infrastructure as Code, Arm Templates, Azure Policy, Azure Functions, Storage, Site Recovery, SQL Server, Azure Data Factory and more.

I have a developer background for 20+ years, and I am now working as an Azure Architect. I am heavily interested in the Azure community where I try to help people with blog posts, videos, sharing useful content and mentoring other people to try and help them.

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