From Office 365 To Azure Machine Learning, These Five MVPs Share Their Insights
Chervine Bhiwoo is a solution architect, Microsoft MVP, author, and industry speaker with experience in Application Development & Data Analytics. He discovered the world of programming at the age of 15, and since then he hasn't been able to stop learning more about it. Today he uses this knowledge to design and build software solutions that help to solve business problems and make people's lives easier. He is actively engage within different communities, attends meetups and devCamps, and also contributes to wikis/blogs which helps him to become a better technology leader. Specialties: C#, ASP.NET, SQL Server, Microsoft Azure, Data Analytics and Microsoft & IBM Data-Warehousing tools. Follow him on Twitter @ chervinebhiwoo.
Michael Blumenthal is a Technical Solution Evangelist with PSC Group and a Microsoft Office Server and Services MVP. As such, he is an experienced solution architect and business technology advisor. Michael has deep SharePoint expertise, with two decades of development, infrastructure, and administration experience. He’s designed, implemented, and supported intranets, extranets, and Internet sites for clients in markets as diverse as Banking, Energy, Government, and Transportation, among others. Follow him on Twitter @michaelbl.
Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan is a Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio and Development Technologies from Rabwah, Pakistan. His primary interest is .NET Core development, Microsoft Azure and ASP.NET Core development and training. He writes articles and blogs for beginners, and loves meeting students and startups over tea. Follow him on Twitter @afzaalvirgoboy.
Antonio Maio is an information security architect with over 25 years of experience in cyber security practices and systems, product management, software development and leadership. Antonio is currently a Senior Manager and Senior SharePoint Architect with Protiviti. He has been awarded a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award for 5 consecutive years, from 2012 to 2016, specializing in Microsoft SharePoint Server, Office 365 and Office Services. When he’s not helping enterprise, military or government organizations solve security challenges, you can catch him speaking at conferences or contributing to the community through this blog. Follow him on Twitter @AntonioMaio2.
Andrei Ignat has more than 20 years of programming experience. He started with VB3, started using plain old ASP and became a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in 2009. He is also a consultant, an author, a speaker, a community leader and a moderator. You can ask him any .NET related question and he would be glad to answer them – if he doesn't know the answer, he'll learn it. Follow him on Twitter @ignatandrei.