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Miguel Bernard is a Developer Technologies MVP from Canada. With more than 10 years of experience with Microsoft Technologies, Miguel has developed many specializations, including C#, F#, Azure, and DevOps practices. Miguel enjoys sharing his knowledge through his blog and by presenting at user groups and conferences. Miguel is very involved in the Montréal MSDEVMTL user group, where he is a co-organizer, and is passionate about teaching, developers' communities, and everything related to .Net. For more on Miguel, check out his Twitter @miguelbernard88
Marc Lelijveld is a Data Platform MVP, Power BI enthusiast, and public speaker who is passionate about anything which transforms data into action. Currently employed as a Data & AI consultant in The Netherlands, Marc is often sharing his thoughts, experience, and best-practices about Microsoft Data Platform with others. For more on Marc, check out his blog.
Simon Jackson is a Windows Development MVP from the UK who is passionate about teaching all types of developers the wilds of game development and helping others to achieve their dreams. Regardless of the engine or framework, Simon is always out there breaking down difficult topics in to easy to understand posts and information. Check out his Twitter @SimonDarksideJ
Pio Balistoy is a Filipino Microsoft MVP for Data Platform based in Singapore. He has been working with databases for more than 17 years and has administered all versions of SQL, from SQL Server 6.5 to Azure SQL. For the last 10 years, Pio has been with Pythian Services as a Lead Data Platform Consultant, helping businesses transform using data, analytics and cloud. He actively leads the Data Platform communities both in Singapore and Philippines. For more, check out Pio’s Twitter @Pioisms
Alibek Jakupov an AI MVP. After having finished the IITU International Information Technologies University in Kazakhstan, he won the French Government Scholarship in 2016 and started his studies at the EISTI Graduate School in Computer Science and Mathematics Engineering in France. In 2017, he joined Expertime as a software engineer intern. The work implemented during this internship has provided the foundation to the brand new project called What Do They Think. He is a regular contributor to stackoverflow and his personal blog where he shares his experiences of performing data science on Azure. Check him out on Twitter @Ajakupov1