Osale Eesti suurimal IT-konverentsil Microsoft TechDay 2013
Tänavune TechDay toimub 31. oktoobril Swissotelis Tallinnas.
IT-juhtidele, IT-proffidele, arendajatele ja kohalikele Microsofti partneritele mõeldud konverents Microsoft TechDay 2013 on suurim tehnoloogiakonverents Eestis, kuhu tuleb kokku üle 450 IT-spetsialisti.
Inspiratsiooniliste avakõnede, paralleelsessioonide ja ettekannete käigus on võimalus tutvuda sügavuti uusimate Microsofti tehnoloogiatega ning saada praktilisi nippe praeguste toodete kasutuspraktikatest tuntud ekspertidelt nii meilt kui mujalt.
Selle aasta konverentsi peateema on „Uued seadmed ja teenused“. Konverentsi avapauk antakse kahes paralleelsessioonis, kus peaesinejateks on:
- Paula Januszkiewicz, Security MVP
- Krzysztof Szafer, Optimized Desktop Technical Lead, Microsoft CEE
- Mads Kristensen, Program Manager on the Web Platforms & Tools team, Microsoft
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Andrejs Juscenko has more than 10 years sales and business development experience within IT and Telecom industry. He has been working for industry leading companies, such as Lattelecom and Nokia. For the past 4 years, Andrejs has been responsible for the Productivity Solution business in Microsoft. Andrejs lead the launch of Office 2010, Exchange 2010, SharePoint 2010 and Lync 2010 in the Baltics. With extensive knowledge of the market and technology trends, he helps organizations in the transformation to the new way of productivity.
Antons Mislēvičs joined Microsoft Latvia as consultant in 2008. He has been working with SharePoint technologies since 2005. In this time, Antons has participated in various SharePoint projects of different scale and complexity in Baltics and other countries, designing solution architectures and supporting developers. Antons is also a researcher and PhD student at the Department of System Theory and Design Faculty of Computer Science and IT of Riga Technical University (RTU). His research interests are intelligent agents and business process management.
Damien started at Microsoft in 1997 as European Premier Support on messaging and has been involved since then with Information Technologies. In 2002 Damien moved to a position in Microsoft Services to help the premier customers run their IT environments and took over a Technical Evangelist position based in France in 2007. During this time, Damien has been the owner of the Unified Communications track at TechEd Europe. In 2012 he decided to extend his area of influence and moved to a European role covering Central and Eastern Europe. Today his goal is to help and accelerate the adoption of the new technologies from Microsoft. He is passionate about new technologies, including Windows Server, System Center and Office 365 from the IT Pros and Developers perspectives.
Henn Sarv is a legendary Estonian computer trainer who has been conducting technological trainings since 1995. He is a Microsoft MCT since 1996 and was the first Baltic MVP. Currently he is an MVP for SQL Server.
Jevgeni Tsaikin has 10 years of experience in the IT industry and almost all of them in software development. He has been developing for Windows Phone since the beginning of 2010. Currently he works as a Windows Phone Development Engineer at Microsoft, Skype Division in Stockholm. He tweets and blogs about technologies such as Windows Phone, Silverlight and .NET Framework in general. He was awarded the Microsoft MVP award for Device Application Development in 2011 and the Most Valuable Blogger award for his Windows Phone related technical blog.
Jevgenijus Vinochodovas is independent Microsoft Certified Trainer. At the start of his career as a trainer, he specialised in teaching courses for IT Pro, however, with the development of cloud technologies the target group expanded thanks to DevOps. The other part of his career focuses on planning, design and implementation of various IT infrastructures in large and medium-sized organisations. Today, he is preparing companies for the journey to “cloud computing”. He has been involved in a variety of projects in Europe, CIS and Scandinavia. Jevgenijus is a IT Pro user group lead (www.mcpclub.lt) and a co-host of IT Pro and Dev podcast #ITishnikai (www.fb.com/itishnikai). More recently he has become a Microsoft Private Cloud Facilitator. He received a Bachelor Degree of Physics from Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences and a Professional Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics Engineering from University of Applied Sciences. He also graduated from the General Jonas Zemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania and was awarded the Lieutenant’s rank. Jevgenijus is now pursuing his studies at the Faculty of Law at Mykolas Romeris University.
Kaido Järvemets is a consultant, developer and trainer specializing in System Center Configuration Manager and PowerShell Solutions at Coretech. Kaido is a frequest public speaker and had his US speaking debut as at MMS in April 2013. He hosts one of the most complete Configuration Manager PowerShell library’s in the world with hundreds of free code samples ready to download and implement www.cm12sdk.net. He has been awarded with Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) title in Enterprise Client Management.
Kristijan Kramaric has been working in Microsoft since March 2007. In the beginning, he was responsible for Information Worker and Client products. Later on he took on responsibilities in the Server and Tools segment and finally took over position as Optimized Desktop TSP with focus on Client OS. Currently he is working for the Microsoft Central Eastern Europe Headquarters, supporting customers with client technologies, devices, helping create workspace strategy and choose the right way of evolution.
In Microsoft since March 2008. From the beginning responsible for end user workspace technologies like Windows, MDOP, Management, Virtualization Technologies, Remote Desktop Services, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.
Currently working for Central Eastern Europe Headquarter, supporting customers with client technologies, devices, helping create workspace strategy and choose the right way of evolution.
Mads Kristensen is a Program Manager on the Web Platforms & Tools team at Microsoft working on the web developer experiences of Visual Studio. He has over a decade of experience in developing web applications on the Microsoft platform which got him the honor of becoming both an ASP.NET MVP and ASPInsider. When he founded the BlogEngine.NET open source project, he didn’t realize that it would grow to be the most popular blog application on the ASP.NET platform, used by 800,000 people worldwide. Mads is also the creator of some popular Visual Studio extension including Web Essentials, Image Optimizer and CssCop.
Michal Zylinski is public cloud advocate spreading the word among many international events. Being part of EMEA Incubation team, he supports biggest customers in Central and Eastern Europe area, helping them successfully deploy solutions based on Windows Azure. Devoted to cloud since its very beginning in Microsoft, he tries to combine both business focus and in-depth technical knowledge about the platform.
Paula Januszkiewicz is the IT Security Auditor and Penetration Tester, Enterprise Security MVP and trainer (MCT) and Microsoft Security Trusted Advisor. She is also a top-speaker on many well-known conferences (TechEd North America, TechEd Europe, TechEd Middle East, RSA worldwide, CyberCrime) and writes articles on Windows Security. The trainings and workshops she conducts usually cover deep dive into Security and Windows Internals topics. She has conducted hundreds IT security audits and penetration tests. Paula is passionate about sharing her knowledge with others. She holds the role of the Security Architect in iDesign and she drives her own company CQURE. Paula is the holder of many Microsoft certificates and she is an active trainer.
After starting with SQL Server 6.5 now many years ago until now, I had a chance to design, develop and deploy various solutions for companies in various industries ranging from telecommuncations, oil & gas to government. Currently, I have to deal with databases that are sized in Terabytes and have to handle thousands of transactions per second. All the past and current challenges forced me to learn new tricks and re-learn forgotten ones. My goal here is to share some of the experience.
Sergejus Barinovas is an Architect at Adform, focusing on Scalable Architecture, High-Performance Computing and Cloud Services. He is often speaker at various IT conferences, active community member, blogger, podcaster, Lithuanian .NET User Group lead (http://dotnetgroup.lt) and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). Sergejus is a strong believer in agile architecture and agile++ practices.
Stepan Bechynsky is a Technical Evangelist at Microsoft focusing on Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8. He is a recognized speaker and has received top scores from audiences across the Baltics. Stepan’s hobby is 3D printing using Prusa Mendel i3 printer and microcontrollers running .NET Micro Framework.
Stefan has a Phil D in Astrophysics. After University he joined Siemens Communications where he spent 17 years in different roles. Starting in the Central Laboratories, he held positions in Marketing, Systems Engineering, Product Line Management and Partner Management. In 2007 he joined a small Software and Analysis company where he held a position in Systems Engineering and headed the Department for Advanced Analytics. In 2012 he joined Microsoft and is responsible for the Introduction of Microsoft’s Big-Data appliance, the Parallel Data Warehouse, in Central and Eastern Europe.
I have spent more than 20 years in IT and still see a lot of interesting things here. I am familiar with various Microsoft advanced technologies starting with Windows NT 3.1 Advanced Server. Because of that I was first Microsoft Certified Trainer in Lithuania and now I am working for Microsoft already almost 10 years as technology expert and solution specialist. If you are curious how different Microsoft technologies can work together, I can show you and explain how it works. I am the guy, who can bring server and 10 laptops to your meeting room in order to share hands-on experience or I can show a cloud computing stuff from my tablet screen. During the demo your users will say “Wow” and you will say “Easy”. However I also have IT Service Manager skills and then I can tell you that it will be not so easy to deploy all the stuff correctly in your infrastructure and what additionally you need to do in order to hear “Wow” from your users in the production environment.