Live from Spain! - Azure IoT: el panel de expertos

Spanish (Spain) Intermediate Internet of Things

En esta sesión nuestros expertos de Azure IoT nos contaran las novedades sobre los servicios que nos ofrece Microsoft Azure en el área de IoT y una visión sobre Digital Twins. Realizaremos una visita por el RoadMap de los diferentes productos y como interactúan con nosotros cada día. Además, aprovecharemos como esto nos afecta en nuestro día a día y algunos consejos para aprovechar el máximo la potencia que nos da.


Carlos Landeras

Development Team Lead at Plain Concepts and Microsoft MVP at Developer Technologies

Passionate software developer, focused on web and cloud technologies.

Rodrigo Díaz Concha

Microsoft Regional Director & 11 times awarded as Microsoft MVP. .NET lover, Book Author, Speaker, LinkedIn Learning Author. Building life-changing software.

Rodrigo Díaz Concha is a Microsoft Regional Director, and for 11 consecutive times he has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP, currently in both Developer Technologies and Microsoft Azure categories. He is a Carnegie Mellon® Software Engineering Institute Certified Software Architecture Professional, Scrum Alliance Certified ScrumMaster, MCSD, MCTS, MCPD, MCP and LinkedIn Learning Author. Author of “Aplicaciones de Negocio con Silverlight 5” (Business Applications with Silverlight 5), the very first book about Silverlight 5 in Spanish language and “Xamarin.Forms en Acción: Aplicaciones de negocio” (Xamarin.Forms in action: Business applications), the very first book about Xamarin.Forms in Spanish language. With more than 20 years of experience, he has architected international award-winner software solutions. Currently, he is the lead Solutions Architect for different national and international private companies and government institutions. Also, he is a frequent speaker at Microsoft and non-Microsoft events all over Latin America, USA and Europe.

Manuel Sánchez Rodríguez

Technical Manager in Everis | MVP Azure

Technical Manager at Everis | 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.

Javier Menendez Pallo

El Pallo

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.

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