Learn about the Azure Geospatial APIs to add maps, spatial analytics, and mobility solutions to your apps.
I work at Microsoft as Technical Program Manager for Azure. 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.
Rodrigo Díaz Concha is a solutions architect, Microsoft Regional Director, and LinkedIn Learning author with 20+ years of experience. Rodrigo is a certified Carnegie Mellon SEI Software Architecture Professional. He has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP for over a decade, currently in the Microsoft Azure category. In addition, he is a Scrum Alliance Certified ScrumMaster, MCSD, MCTS, MCPD, and MCP. As the chief software architect at Lumedhealth, he builds digital health and telemedicine solutions focused on transforming people's lives. He also has the distinction of writing the first books about Microsoft Silverlight 5 and Xamarin.Forms in the Spanish language. Rodrigo is a frequent speaker at Microsoft and non-Microsoft events all over Latin America, the US, and Europe.
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