Session spéciale décrivant les moyens possibles et les solutions/actions réelles faites par la communauté Cloud pour soutenir l'Ukraine à partir du petit développement ERP, finissant les services de migration pro-bono. Suivie de la clôture de la conférence.
Started career as a .Net Developer for a machine building company in Ukraine, in 2013 I became interested in cloud computing and Microsoft Azure platform. In 2015 struck off in a new direction with the “Creation of Innovative Enterprises” at a French-Ukrainian MA program in France. Is Lead Architect on all Blockchain projects of Viseo group. Active participant and a regular speaker of Ukrainian Microsoft Azure Community and Azure User Group France. Now living and working as Azure Architect in France.
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