Live from Spain! - Construyendo Apps con David Sánchez

 
Spanish (Spain) Advanced Web

Entrevista a David Sánchez para conocer todos los aspectos del desarrollo de Aplicaciones para Azure abarcando desde cómo empezar, qué lenguajes y herramientas usar hasta cómo diseñar la arquitectura de las Aplicaciones y finalmente publicarlas para nuestro propio uso o para ofrecerlas como servicios a terceros.

Speakers

David Sánchez

Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft

I work at Microsoft as Technical Product Marketing Manager for Azure Application Development. I was born and raised in Costa Rica. I moved to Washington in 2018. Previously I was an Application Development Manager in Premier Services and Sales Solution Professional of Development Tools in Developer Experience. Before joining Microsoft, I was a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional, now I'm part of the MVP Reconnect program. I'm graduated from Computer Systems Engineer and finishing a Master degree for Information Technology Management. My experience is more related with Software Development, I have been involved in many projects for LATAM and United States focusing on multiple Microsoft technologies.

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

Adrián Díaz Cervera

Arquitecto de Software. Microsoft MVP, Encamina

Adrián Díaz es Ingeniero de Informática por la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, MVP de SharePoint Server desde Enero de 2014, MCSD de SharePoint 2013 y Web Aplication, MCPD de SharePoint 2010 y MCC 2012. Cofundador del grupo de usuarios de SharePoint de Levante LevaPoint. Lleva desarrollando con tecnologías Microsoft más de 10 años y desde hace 3 años está centrado en el desarrollo sobre SharePoint. Actualmente es arquitecto de soluciones SharePoint en ENCAMINA una consultora informática de Valencia que se destaca por realizar soluciones basadas en Tecnología Microsoft, principalmente en SharePoint. Es colaborador de la revista CompartiMOSS y miembro de los grupos de usuarios de SharePoint de España (SUGES) y de la Comunidad de Office365. Además es participa activamente en eventos presenciales y online sobre SharePoint.

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