I have been probably working with Azure since the initial version of the platform (2010-2011?). My first use case was virtual machines. It has grown amazingly, adding new features every month, actually almost imposible to keep up date with everything. I felt like it was a good moment to catch up and have a broader review of its capabilites, so I decided to take the exam AZ-900 Azure Fundamentals.
Althought I knew many things in the content in this certification, there were many others that I needed to catch up with, like Azure Bastion.
Software Engineer specialised on Microsoft Technologies with experience in large projects for different industrial sectors as developer, consultant and architect.
I enjoy designing and developing software applications, it is my job and one of my hobbies. I’m interested in design patterns, new technologies and best practices. Making those part of the ALM process is a great challenge.
During the last years, I have specialised in Microsoft Dynamics CRM (now Dynamics 365). I customise and extend the platform to provide tailored solutions and integrations based on service-oriented architectures and messages queuing.
Motivated by community events and contributor in blogs, technical books, open source projects and forums, I have been awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) on Dynamics 365 (CRM) from 2012 to 2019.
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