Real Wars - La batalla por el tiempo real

 
Spanish Advanced Development

La batalla entre Azure Web PubSub, Azure Fluid Relay y Azure SignalR Service desvelará cuáles son los beneficios de cada una de ellas y cómo podemos usarlas para dotar a nuestras aplicaciones de comunicación y funcionalidades avanzadas de comunicación en tiempo real (y no sólo para chat)

Speakers

Santiago Porras Rodríguez

Innovation Team Leader, MVP Developer Technologies

Innovation Team Leader at ENCAMINA MVP Developer Technologies User Experience Developer Expert. Passionate about new technologies, highlighting Windows Platform, Xamarin, ASP.NET, Microsoft Azure and SharePoint. I contribute to the developer community writing articles in my personal blog at Geeks.ms and occasionally at CompartiMOSS.com about SharePoint. I am also one of the TenerifeDev leads, user group about .NET Tenerife, and WPSUG user group about Windows Platform You can find me in Twitter with the user @ saintwukong

Sergio Parra Guerra

Solutions Cloud Architect at Encamina

Ingeniero Técnico Informático de Sistemas por la Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Solutions Cloud Architect en Encamina, he sido MVP de Microsoft durante 4 años en la categoría de Visual Studio and Development Technologies. Poseo varias certificaciones desde la versión 2.0 de .NET Framework hasta la 4.5, como MCSD App Builder y MCSD Web Applications. Llevo más de 15 años utilizando y desarrollando con productos de Microsoft. Me encanta participar en proyectos que tengan que ver con la nube porque para mí no es el futuro, es el presente de la tecnología. Soy fan de las Apis, de los servicios WCF y de todo lo que huela a backend

Rodrigo Liberoff

Cloud Solutions Architect & Bot Tech Lead en Encamina

Arquitecto Cloud y de Soluciones de Software con más de 19 años de experiencia. Apasionado con el diseño, conceptualización e implementación de software empleando el lenguaje de programación C# y las últimas tecnologías de Microsoft, especialmente Azure. Disfruto creando arquitecturas de software e investigando sobre las nuevas tecnologías, y su posible implantación dentro de diversas organizaciones y clientes. Actualmente como encantado con las tecnologías cognitivas y de inteligencia artificial de Azure.

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