Brosteins

Developers, Technology Evangelists, Bros.

About Us

Our names are Mike and Nick Branstein. We are brothers, .NET developer consultants, and technology evangelists. We work for KiZAN Technologies, a Louisville, KY based technology consulting firm specializing in Microsoft services and solutions. This blog, its contents and opinions are our own, and do not reflect those of our employer. We blog about technology, development tools and techniques, application lifecycle management, gaming, the web, and team building.

[avatar user=”mike.branstein” size=”thumbnail” align=”left” /]Mike Branstein

Mike is a developer and leader, who is passionate about systems architecture, application lifecycle management, mobile app development with NativeScript, and technology. Mike loves teaching his two boys about science and technology, while incorporating logic, development, and electronics into weekend projects and daily play. Mike blogs with his brother, Nick Branstein at https://brosteins.com, where they are known as “the Brosteins”. Together they are co-authors of NativeScript In Action, a book focused on teaching developers how to create professional mobile apps for iOS and Android using JavaScript and TypeScript.

[avatar user=”nickbranstein” size=”thumbnail” align=”left” /]Nick Branstein

Nick is a software developer, hardware geek, video game enthusiast, and Clevelander at heart.  Nick is passionate about technology and has a special interest in javascript, typescript, and indie game development.  He enjoys working with different clients and learning about what makes their business work.  Nick blogs with his brother, Mike Branstein at https://brosteins.com, where they are knowns as “the Brosteins”.

3 comments for “About Us

  1. Calvin Miracle
    June 10, 2017 at 11:23 am

    Hey Mike,

    I took the code challenges at the Kizan table at CodePalousa, got one
    and flunked two.

    The scope challenge is bugging me, and I wonder if you can point me to
    a copy of that challenge. I want to try to understand what I did not understand!

    Your brother gave me his card and said you may have that challenge code
    posted somewhere..

    Thanks, take care

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