Santiago Fernandez Munoz
Haishi Bai, principal software engineer at Microsoft, focuses on the Microsoft Azure compute platform, including IaaS, PaaS, networking, and scalable computing services. Ever since he wrote his first program on an Apple II when he was 12, Haishi has been a passionate programmer. He later became a professional software engineer and architect. During his 21 years of professional life, he’s faced various technical challenges and a broad range of project types that have given him rich experiences in designing innovative solutions to solve difficult problems. Haishi is the author of a few cloud computing books, and he’s an active contributor to a few open-source projects. He also runs a technical blog(http://blog.haishibai.com) with millions of viewers. His twitter handle is @HaishiBai2010.
Dan Stolts, “ITProGuru” is a proven leader in business and technology with over 30 years of experience. He is a technology expert and leader who is a master of systems management, DevOps, and security. He is Chief Technology Strategist for Microsoft, owns Bay State Integrated Technology, Inc. and is a published author. Reach him on his primary blog http://itproguru.com or twitter @ITProGuru. He is a proven leader of teams, people and projects. He is proficient in many datacenter technologies (Windows Server, System Center, Virtualization, Cloud, SQL, etc.) and holds many certifications including MCT, MCITP, MCSE, TS, etc. Dan is currently specializing in DevOps and cloud technologies. Dan is and has been a very active member of the user group community. He is an enthusiastic advocate of technology and is passionate about helping others. See more at LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/danstolts or on his blog http://itproguru.com/about.
Santiago Fernández Muñoz started his career as a trainee in a training center in Seville where he started working with Unix and Windows systems. He followed his passion and taught other people, but it was not what he wanted to do with the rest of his life, so he moved to other companies where he started to work with bigger and bigger projects, with more people and countries involved. He's been working as an Infrastructure Solution Architect for the last six years. He has always been passionate about Microsoft technologies, starting with Windows Server 2003 through to Windows Server 2016 and Azure. He is focused on the automation of cloud infrastructure and continuous integration and delivery for software development.