Steve Drucker is the former President of Fig Leaf Software, the Washington D.C. based technology solutions firm that he founded in 1992 and sold in 2018. At various points in the company's history, Steve worked extensively in Fig Leaf's consulting, training, and sales/marketing activities. Steve is a certified technical trainer (CTT+) and certified instructor for a dozen web development products including, but not limited to, Salesforce Lightning Components, Acquia Drupal, Sencha Ext JS, Sencha Touch, and Adobe ColdFusion. He has traveled to over 40 cities throughout the world teaching students about tricks, traps, and best practices of application development. Throughout his career, Steve has authored over a dozen coursebooks for instructor-led training, including Sencha Ext JS 6 Bootcamp in a Book, Fast Track to ColdFusion 10/11, and Fast Track to Sass/Compass - all of which are currently available on Amazon.com. He's also authored Dev601: Programming Lightning Components and the Salesforce Trailhead Lightning Component Framework Superbadge for Salesforce.com, Fast Track to jQuery Mobile with Intel XDK for Intel Corporation, Advanced ColdFusion 9 for Adobe, and Fast Track to Sencha Touch 2.x/Fast Track to Ext JS 4 for Sencha Inc. Steve is active in the developer community. He founded the very first ColdFusion Users Group in 1996, is currently active in a number of DC-area technology meetups, and has been a featured speaker at Adobe MAX, Silicon Valley Code Camp, the National Association of Government Webmasters, and other technology conferences. He also consults on a variety of web application development projects. Recent efforts include serving as principal architect of the National Park Service content management system, Voice of America's content management system, a National Institutes of Standards open-data enablement project, the Washington Area Metropolitan Transit Authority website redesign/relaunch, and is currently consulting on an enterprise-scale web application for the United States Navy. Steve has a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, College Park.
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