Global Azure 2024 (Philippines) Panel discussion - "Succeeding with Microsoft Azure, Data and AI'

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Join the Filipino Microsoft MVPs and tech community leaders in a panel discussion about how to succeed in Azure, Data and AI, as a tech professional and as a business. We'll talk about what we have learned from almost a decade of building solutions on the cloud. We'll also share our viewpoints on what we think the near future will look like with AI and how is it currently impacting our careers and the organization that we are helping. This will be an open and light-hearted conversation amongst peers in the industry who have been driving change in the Philippines and around the world through tech communities.


Marilag Dimatulac Svennevig

Solutions Architect - Dewise | Microsoft Azure MVP | Founder

Marilag is a founder, cloud architect and a tech community leader who aims to bridge the skill gap through equal distribution of knowledge across borders, cultures & individuals. Her experience in Cloud and Software Engineering, combined with her passion for mentorship and developer wellness, drive her to tackle the tech upskilling challenge, through advocacies. She’s the organizer of Azure User Group Manila and Azure User Group Denmark and an Azure MVP. She's also the co-founder of a not-for-profit group:, which helps train under-privileged youths within cloud, data and technology

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