Tom Morgan is a Microsoft Teams Platform developer and Microsoft MVP with more than 10 years of experience in the software development industry. For the last 8 years, Tom has worked at Modality Systems, with responsibility for delivery of the Modality Systems product portfolio. Tom is passionate about creating great software that people will find useful. He enjoys blogging and speaking about Microsoft Teams development, Office365, Bot Framework, Cognitive Services and AI, and the future of the communications industry. He blogs at thoughtstuff.co.uk and tweets at @tomorgan.
Anthony Giretti is a specialist in web technologies with 14 years of experience. He specializes in particular in Microsoft .NET and he is currently learning the Cloud Azure platform. He has twice received the Microsoft MVP award and he is also a certified Microsoft MCSD and Azure Fundamentals. Follow him on Twitter @anthonygiretti, and visit his blog for more on the C# 9 Series.
Hal Hostetler is an Office Apps and Services MVP who has been in the MVP program since 1996. Now retired, Hal is a Certified Professional Broadcast Engineer and remains the regional engineer for Daystar Broadcasting and a senior consultant for Roland, Schorr, & Tower. He lives in Tucson, Arizona. For more on Hal, check out his Twitter @TVWizard
Tobias Zimmergren is a Microsoft Azure MVP from Sweden. As the Head of Technical Operations at Rencore, Tobias designs and builds distributed cloud solutions. He is the co-founder and co-host of the Ctrl+Alt+Azure Podcast since 2019, and co-founder and organizer of Sweden SharePoint User Group from 2007 to 2017. For more, check out his blog, newsletter, and Twitter @zimmergren
Chris Hoard is a Microsoft Certified Trainer Regional Lead (MCT RL), Educator (MCEd) and Teams MVP. With over 10 years of cloud computing experience, he is currently building an education practice for Vuzion (Tier 2 UK CSP). His focus areas are Microsoft Teams, Microsoft 365 and entry-level Azure. Follow Chris on Twitter at @Microsoft365Pro and check out his blog here.
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