Why, hello there Friday Five
Takayoshi Tanaka is a Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio and Development Technologies. He works at Red Hat in Japan. He has been a Software Engineer in C# for over five years. He is also experienced in Java, Ruby and Node.js. Now he is working for .NET Core on Linux, Linux and OSS on Microsoft Azure, and OpenShift container platform as a service. He writes many articles for blogs and websites, and frequently presents technical sessions to community groups. Follow him on Twitter @TanakaTakayoshi.
Shane Young is a SharePoint MVP and Principal Consultant for Bold Zebras who lives in Cincinnati, Ohio. He loves all things technology and is currently obsessed with the cloud and the PowerShell that lets you use it effectively. If you need help with SharePoint or PowerShell tweet him nicely, and he will be glad to help. Follow him on Twitter @ShanesCows.
Hamid Fard is an SQL Server Data Platform Expert with more than 9 years of professional experience in Malaysia. He is currently a Microsoft Certified Master: SQL Server 2008, as well as a Microsoft Certified Solutions Master: Charter-Data Platform, Microsoft Data Platform MVP and CIW Database Design Specialist.
Matthew Renze is an independent software and data science consultant with over 16 years of professional experience building large-scale data-driven desktop, server, and cloud-based applications. He's an author for Pluralsight, an international public speaker, a Microsoft MVP, an ASPInsider, and he's the creator of several open-source software projects. Matthew's focus is on data science, code craftsmanship, and Agile software development practices. His interests include data analytics, data visualization, and machine learning. Follow him on Twitter @MatthewRenze.
Michael Kaufmann is a Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio ALM and is currently working as a Senior Managing Consultant at Alegri in Stuttgart, Germany. There, he is the Head of Development. Mike has been working as an IT consultant, project manager and lead .net developer for 15 years. In addition to implementing agile techniques (like scrum), ALM and DevOps practices, he is a SharePoint/O365 architect and a Clean Code addict. He shares his knowledge in trainings, his blog, articles and as a speaker at conferences. Follow him on Twitter @mike_kaufmann.