Welcome

I am Ken Bonny, a software craftsman specialising in Microsoft technology.

As founder of More Than Code, I help my partners to accomplish their goals by architecting and developing clean, secure and easy to maintain software.

Ken Bonny

Contact

Not urgent

Email

An email to ken@morethancode.be is the easiest way to get in touch with me.

LinkedIn

The most important social media for recruiters and my most up to date resume is found on my LinkedIn profile.

Address

All snail mail can be sent to August van Putlei 100, 2150 Borsbeek, Belgium.

Facebook

At the moment, I’m not using my personal Facebook or my company page, I check messages about once a month.

As soon as possible

Telegram

Telegram (@KenBonny) is my preferred way to receive a text message.

WhatsApp

WhatsApp is also a good way to get in touch.

Twitter

The social media I’m most active on is Twitter (@bonny_ken).

Signal

If your message is a bit more confidential, then you can send it via Signal.

Wire

When all else fails, there’s still my Wire account (@bonny_ken).

Text message

Of course an old fashioned text message will work just as well.

Immediately

If you do need to get in touch urgently, your best option is to call me on +32 (0)497 99 81 62.

If I can’t pick up, I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

Other information

If you want to sponsor me for no reason at all (or I need easy access to my bank account number), it’s here: BE70 7512 08744 2525 (BIC AXABB22)

My blog is where I write about the technical challenges I encounter and how I solve them. I hope some other developers find it helpful. I occasionally write about my personal life or something that has happened to me.

My blog is a good place to gauge my technical skill, but nothing beats the actual code that I produce. This can be found on my GitHub profile . Here you can find out if my code is as clean as I say it is.

No profile is complete without a good, oldfashioned resume

Finally, if you need to encrypt a message that you want to send to me and don’t trust Wire or Signal, you can find my KeyBase profile . If you don’t know what that is, don’t worry about it, it’s a technical, security and mainly geek thing.