Gora Leye is a Solutions Architect, Technical Expert and Devoper based in Paris. He works predominantly in Microsoft stacks: Dotnet, Dotnet Core, Azure, Azure Active Directory/Graph, VSTS, Docker, Kubernetes, and software quality. Gora has a mastery of technical tests (unit tests, integration tests, acceptance tests, and user interface tests). Follow him on Twitter @logcorner.
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
Sergio Govoni is a graduate of Computer Science from "Università degli Studi" in Ferrara, Italy. Following almost two decades at Centro Software, a software house that produces the best ERP for manufacturing companies that are export-oriented, Sergio now manages the Development Product Team and is constantly involved on several team projects. For the provided help to technical communities and for sharing his own experience, since 2010 he has received the Microsoft Data Platform MVP award. During 2011 he contributed to writing the book: SQL Server MVP Deep Dives Volume 2. Follow him on Twitter or read his blogs in Italian and English.
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.