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Vesa Nopanen is a Principal Consultant in Office 365 and Modern Work, and is passionate about Microsoft Teams. He enjoys helping and coaching customers to find benefits and value when adopting new tools, methods, ways of working and practices for a daily work-life equation. He focuses especially on Microsoft Teams and how it can change how organizations work. He lives in Turku, Finland. Follow him on Twitter @vesanopanen.
Since 1999 Sergio Govoni has been a software developer; in 2000 he got a degree in Computer Science at "Università degli Studi" in Ferrara (Italy). He has worked for over 19 years in Centro Software, a software house that produces the best ERP for manufacturing companies that are export oriented. Now, he manages the Development Product Team and he is constantly involved on several team projects, where he focuses his attention on the architecture and the mission-critical technical details. For the provided help to technical communities and for sharing his own experience, since 2010 he has received the Microsoft Data Platform MVP award. During 2011 he contributed to write the book SQL Server MVP Deep Dives Volume 2 (http://www.manning.com/delaney/). Follow him on Twitter or read his blogs in Italian and English.
Pantelis Apostolidis is currently a Solutions Architect at Office Line SA and Microsoft Azure MVP. The last 10 years he has been involved to major Cloud projects in Greece and abroad. His educational background includes a diploma in Tourism Management from the Technological Educational Institute (TEI), a diploma in Computer Network Engineering and a lot of Microsoft Certifications. Also, he is an author, blogger and speaker. Follow him on Twitter @papostolidis
Mohamed El-Qassas is a Microsoft MVP, SharePoint StackExchange Moderator, C# Corner MVP, TechNet Wiki Ninja, Blogger, and Senior Technical Consultant with +10 years of experience in SharePoint and Project Server. Check out his blog here.
Jiří Činčura is an independent developer focusing on data and business layers, language constructs, parallelism and databases. Specifically Entity Framework, asynchronous and parallel programming, cloud and Azure. He’s a Microsoft MVP and you can read his articles, guides, tips and tricks at www.tabsoverspaces.com. Follow him on Twitter @cincura_net.