Global Azure 2021 Indonesia session 2

 
Indonesian Intermediate DevOps

Global Azure 2021 is an international event that holds a session about Microsoft Azure

Speakers

agus suparno

Microsoft MVP

I am an MVP Microsoft in Artificial Intelligence, as community leader, lecturer and also as CEO of Start Up

Agus Kurniawan

Consultant and Researcher

Agus Kurniawan is a lecturer, researcher, IT consultant, and author. Hold a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and Master degree in Computer Science (focused on Machine Learning). He has more than 20 years of experience in various software and hardware development projects for various companies. He is currently doing some research related to software engineering, machine learning, embedded system, Internet of Things, networking and security systems at the Faculty of Computer Science, University of Indonesia, Indonesia. He is founder of MakersID, IlmuDataID, Ilmu Data Youtube Channel.

Andri Yadi

Co-founder & CEO, DycodeX. Microsoft MVP of Azure

Andri is a physicist, 2 decades of electronics and software engineer, 15 years being entrepreneur, and 11 years as Microsoft MVP. He and his team have been building real-world AI + IoT products across various industry verticals, from agriculture to industrial IoT.

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