Jun-ichi Sakamoto is a Japanese MVP for Developer Technologies. The 10-time MVP title holder specializes in C#, ASP.NET, Blazor, Azure Web Apps, TypeScript. Jun-ichi’s publication of NuGet packages - like Entity Framework Core, helper, testing tools, Blazor components, and more - have been downloaded more than 18 million times. For more on Jun-ichi, check out his Twitter @jsakamoto
Jiong Shi has been a Microsoft MVP for twelve years, who is interested in Windows 10 IoT Core, Windows Embedded, Azure IoT and UWP. He is an associate professor in School of Computer and Electronic Engineering, Zhejiang Wanli University, China. He is an author of the book “Windows 10 IoT Application Developer Guide”, a blogger, and a speaker for Ignite China. Jiong is active in local developer community, speaking at technical conferences, writing articles on hackster, contributing to Windows IoT Core open-source projects, serving as a mentor and Microsoft Community Contributor. Follow him on Twitter @dearsj001
Vesku Nopanen is a Principal Consultant in Office 365 and Modern Work and passionate about Microsoft Teams. He helps and coaches customers to find benefits and value when adopting new tools, methods, ways or working and practices into daily work-life equation. He focuses especially on Microsoft Teams and how it can change organizations' work. He lives in Turku, Finland. Follow him on Twitter: @Vesanopanen
Silvio Di Benedetto is founder and CEO at Inside Technologies. He is a Digital Transformation helper, and Microsoft MVP for Cloud Datacenter Management. Silvio is a speaker and author, and collaborates side-by-side with some of the most important IT companies including Microsoft, Veeam, Parallels, and 5nine to provide technical sessions. Follow him on Twitter @s_net.
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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