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Kostas is a Solutions Architect specializing in bringing complex, innovative highly available, scalable software solutions to the cloud. Since 2001 when he started his professional career he was given the opportunity to work for some of the largest Greek Software development Companies and worked with cutting edge Microsoft technologies. One of his main interests is helping out IT communities and to that end he participates in various events and from time to time give speeches in various tech conferences. This participation had been recognized by Microsoft by awarding him with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award which he held since 2007 till joining Microsoft
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