Wait, it's the weekend already? Happy Friday Five!
Tobias Zimmergren is a 9 year Microsoft MVP and works as a product manager for Rencore cloud offerings. He has the lead on building a cloud platform for Rencore, where customers can securely and easily use tools and offerings as services on demand. For the last few years he has been focusing all his attention on Office 365, SharePoint, Azure and related cloud technologies. Follow him on Twitter @zimmergren.
Tracy van der Schyff is an energetic, hyperactive adrenaline junkie who sees challenges as opportunities and thrives on improving processes and general quality of life. Her values are most important to her, and honesty is the main ingredient of her character. SharePoint Coach & Catalyst, her life passion is to enable individuals to make conscious decisions and empower them to become leaders in their own lives. She heads up the Academy at Gtconsult in Johannesburg, South Africa. Follow her on Twitter @tracyvds.
Freek Berson is an Infrastructure specialist at Wortell, a system integrator company based in the Netherlands. Here he focuses on End User Computing and related technologies, mostly on the Microsoft platform. He is also a managing consultant at rdsgurus.com. He maintains his personal blog at themicrosoftplatform.net where he writes articles related to Remote Desktop Services, Azure and other Microsoft technologies. An MVP since 2011, Freek is also an active moderator on TechNet Forum and contributor to Microsoft TechNet Wiki. He speaks at conferences including BriForum, E2EVC and ExpertsLive. Join his RDS Group on Linked-In here. Follow him on Twitter @fberson.
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.
Erik Ejlskov Jensen is located near Copenhagen in Denmark, and works for NNIT A/S, a large Danish consulting company. Erik's main area of expertise is Data Development and SQL Server - he has been working with SQL Server for more than 25 years. His experience includes performance tuning, Merge replication, configuration and database development and design. He is a moderator of the SQL Server MSDN/Technet forum, answers question on StackoverFlow, and shares Data Development code, news and tips on his blog. He also contributes to the Open Source Entity Framework projects and a number of other Open Source projects. He tweets Data Development news as @ErikEJ.