Café y Azure: AI e IoT

Spanish Introductory and Overview Internet of Things

Sesión en directo en formato debate charlando de forma distendida sobre el tema en cuestión. Estrellas invitadas con sorpresas al final de cada sesión. ¡No te las pierdas!


Manuel Sánchez Rodríguez

Azure Evangelist & Technical Manager at everis an NTT DATA Company| MVP Azure

Azure Evangelist & Technical Manager at everis an NTT DATA Company | Microsoft MVP Azure. Passionate about new technologies, highlighting Netcore , Microsoft Azure, Xamarin, IA, Bots and ASP.NET. Passionate about team management. I contribute to the developers community writing articles in my personal blog and giving speeches in numerous events. I am also one of the Netcoreconf leads.

Elena Salcedo

Software Developer @ Intelequia | MVP AI

Me divierto programando bots, trabajo montando Legos. Algún día mis bots montarán Legos.

Javier Menendez Pallo

AI MVP | Disruptive Solutions Manager @ Insight

Microsoft AI MVP. Disruptive Solutions Manager at INSIGHT. Doctor in Artificial Intelligence, with more than 28 years of professional experience. He helps organizations to solve their problems with the use of artificial intelligence and the Internet of things. Passionate about technology, he has more than 193 Microsoft certifications and collaborates in multiple publications in the technology sector.

Bruno Capuano

Canada Innovation Lead at Avanade and Microsoft AI MVP

Bruno leads Innovation in Avanade Canada. He leads activities with clients to promote a culture of innovation. He also leads internal activities to engage Avanade Canada employees with emerging technologies and external activities to connect Avanade with external entities, like startups, technical communities, global events and more. Bruno was recognized by Microsoft as Microsoft Most Valuable Professional 13 years in a row since 2008 until today. He is a frequent speaker in national and international events, and he is also deeply involved supporting technical communities in North America, Europe and Latin America. Less formal bio here:

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