Cloudgen and speakers

Italiano Advanced Development

In this live Cloudgen meet each speaker of the conference


Marco Zamana

Head of Software Development in 4wardPRO - Microsoft MVP AI

I'm Head of Software Development in 4wardPRO. I'm co-founder of CloudGen Verona, a italian community based in Verona, that makes the Azure and .NET world its main subject. My passion for the Microsoft Technologies allowed me to become MVP for AI. I love the AI ​​world, especially Machine Learning and .NET = ML.NET!

Andrea Tosato

Microsoft MVP (Azure), CloudGen Verona co-founder, Senior Software .NET Developer in 4ward

Microsoft MVP (Azure). Software developer .NET in 4ward. Co-founder and vicepresident in CloudGen Verona. Author for and associate in xedotnet.

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