Bio: King Wilder

King Wilder

Senior Software Developer

In 1997-1998, King Wilder was hired at Disney Online and worked on many web applications and produced the Animal Kingdom Grand Opening website at Disney World in Orlando Florida in 1998. After leaving Disney, he continued on his own with his company, Gizmo.
He started programming in Classic ASP and Visual Basic in the late 1990’s and moved to VB.Net and then C# in 2005. Since then, he’s been building custom ASP.NET MVC applications for clients and himself. He’s integrated many third-party solutions into his applications such as Amazon Web Services, Windows Azure services,, Freshbooks, PayPal and more.
King architects the entire application for his clients from the ground up and always follows conventions and standards to build highly scalable and clean code.
He’s written many NuGet packages that have been downloaded thousands of times by many developers and are available on his repository.
When King isn’t writing code, he’s either hiking in the trails near his La Quinta, CA home, eating right, staying healthy or playing golf. Being a scratch golfer, he wants to play as many golf courses around the country as is possible, and eventually, the world.
King hosted a 2017 Azure Bootcamp in Los Angeles, focusing on the Azure DocumentDB NoSql database offering used with an Angular 2+ web front end. The 6-hour session discussed best practices, tips and tricks to getting your WebApi project setup with the .Net SDK for DocumentDB.


  • C#
  • SQL Server
  • jQuery
  • Telerik components
  • CSS
  • Bootstrap
  • JavaScript
  • HTML 5
  • WebApi
  • Design patterns
  • Entity Framework
  • Angular 4+
  • NodeJS
  • NoSql databases – MongoDB, Azure Cosmos

Third-Party Solutions

  • Amazon Web Services
  • Windows Azure
  • PayPal
  • Freshbooks
  • CSS
  • Bootstrap
  • JavaScript
  • HTML 5
  • WebApi
  • Design Patterns
  • Entity Framework