Learn How To View Your Real-Time Carbon Emissions With Azure, And More On The Friday Five

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Chourouk Hjaij is an Azure MVP, blogger and speaker. She writes on her blog here, has published many code samples on MSDN and has spoken at events around the world. Being a Microsoft Certified Trainer has allowed her to become proficient in simplifying complex technologies, making her an expert in Azure, Office 365 and Xamarin. Sharing expertise and leadership have allowed to her to become a MCT Regional Lead for France region. Chourouk works as a head of the Microsoft department in LK Technology. She helps startups and enterprises make the best architecture around Microsoft technologies, and helps them to architect their cloud projects by mentoring others in latest software development techniques. Chourouk was a very active Microsoft Student Partner and she was awarded the MEA first prize in the Microsoft technical competition for cross platform mobile development & Azure. Follow her on Twitter @ChouroukHJ

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Oscar Garcia is a Principal Software Architect who resides in Sunny South Florida. He is a Microsoft MVP and certified solutions developer with many years of experience building solutions using .Net framework and multiple open source frameworks. Currently, he specializes in building solutions using technologies like SharePoint,ASP.NET, NodeJS, AngularJS, and other JavaScript frameworks. You can follow Oscar on Twitter via @ozkary or visiting his blog at ozkary.com.

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    Steve Buchanan is a “Group Manager – Cloud Transformation/DevOps” with Avanade, a six-time Microsoft MVP, and author of several technical books focused on cloud and data center management. In his 17+ years as an IT professional, Steve has held positions ranging from infrastructure architect to IT manager. Steve was recently featured on the “25 ITSM Experts to Watch in 2017” list and as an “IT Unity Community Champ” in 2017. He has presented at several technical conferences including MMS, Microsoft Ignite, and OSCON. Steve is currently focused on transforming the position of IT into a strategic partner of the business and driver of digital transformation through ITSM, DevOps, and CloudOps. He stays active in the technical community and enjoys blogging about his adventures in the world of IT at www.buchatech.com. Follow him on Twitter @buchatech

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    David Pine is a Technical Evangelist and Microsoft MVP working at Centare in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. David's passion for learning has led to his desire to give back to the developer community. David is a technical blogger, whose blogs have been featured on asp.netmsdn webdev and msdn dotnet. David is active in the developer community, speaking at technical conferences, contributing to popular open-source projects, serving as a mentor and giving back to stackoverflow.com. Follow him on Twitter @davidpine7.

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    Erwin van Hunen has more than 20 years of experience in application development at complex corporate environments. He works in various roles including systems development, project management and system architect. Erwin is experienced with large corporate accounts, and has many years of experience working for international organizations. Today Erwin is focused on architectural design for solutions and infrastructures based upon Office365. Erwin is a member of the Office365 Patterns and Practices Core Team, and is actively involved in promoting and extending the solutions, samples and scenarios in that project. Erwin has been certified both as a Microsoft Certified Master: SharePoint 2010 and as a Microsoft Certified Solution Master: SharePoint. This makes him a member of a very unique community consisting of certified masters in the world. Follow him on Twitter @erwinvanhunen

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