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Kumagawa has been working with Microsoft technologies for more than 15 years, 10 of which have been all about SharePoint, according to his LinkedIn page. He’s currently focused on the collaboration space, all up
Lee is focused on bringing together the open source, accessibility and web/mobile technologies disciplines. He is co-founder of OpenDirective.com, which provides development and consulting.
In his day job with New Berlin, Wisc.-based ITW ARk-Les, Finney does everything from develop concepts, to maintain released CAD files. He is also a OneNote aficionado and regular Petri.com contributor.
Rogers, based in Birmingham, Ala., is a well-known speaker, and trainer when it comes to SharePoint and all things Office 365.
Hougaard works for E Foqus, which is a software company in the worldwide shipping and finance industry. He has designed several Dynamics NAV add-ons.
Hower, in addition to speaking publicly on various software topics, is also chair of several open-source projects, including Cosmos, the C# Open Source Managed Operating System.
Connell is a frequent conference speaker, co-host of the “Microsoft Cloud Show” podcast, and founder of a training and education company focused on Office 365, Azure and SharePoint,
Sandys is an expert in SMS and Configuration Manager. He’s a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in Enterprise Mobility,and co-author of/contributor to several books about System Center Configuration Manager.
Young knows SharePoint (and Azure, PowerShell and a bunch of other Microsoft technologies. In his Cincinnati-area-based Bold Zebras consultancy, he puts these skills to use.
If you’ve heard of Microsoft’s data-access technology known as the Entity Framework, you definitely know Lerman. And if you haven’t, you should still know her.
Henning is an IT guy working in academia, which makes him ideal to weigh in on the idea of how Microsoft’s Windows Cloud version of Windows 10 could figure in the education space.
Bertram, a self-professed scripting junkie, has been an IT Pro since 1998. He’s big into PowerShell, DevOps and does a little bit of everything in between, from writing to training.
In his work at Valorem in Dresden, Germany, Schulte leads teams working on emerging technologies, including virtual reality, augmented reality/mixed reality and 3D programming. He’s also coded AI deep learning neural networks.