Thomas joined Microsoft 10 years ago as a Principal Software Development Engineer working on Microsoft Business Framework (MBF) and later Fenway. He moved to the Dynamics NAV team as an Software Architect in 2006. Thomas has a passion for architecture, quality and performance which drives the work that he does.
Before joining Microsoft in 2003 Thomas had his own software company which has been doing a variety of software - from the popular Danish word-processing/database systems DSI-TEXT and DSI-SYSTEM (dated around 1985-1990) to bowling administrating software (2003). Today Thomas’s holds the position as Principal Software Architect on Dynamics NAV (CTO).
In his spare time, Thomas likes to fly airplanes and actually he was an airline pilot for 4 years but that’s another story.