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Title: Introduction to Azure IoT Suite

Speaker 1: Ehsan Eskandari

Abstract:
in this presentation, we are going to talk about what Internet of Things really is and we clarify some terms and concepts in order to understand how Internet of things works. Next up, we will talk about IoT Messaging and different types of messaging and what is a gateway and what type of gateways is available for IoT solution. From there, we will jump right into the IoT architecture in development world, and you will see there is actually quite a few interesting things there. Then we will briefly look into high level Azure IoT suite and list of Azure services related to this. Finally we will wrap up by looking into some preconfigured IoT solutions in Azure and connect a physical device to the solution.

Bio:
Ehsan Eskandari is a .NET developer with over 15 years of experience. He’s been developing desktop, mobile and web enterprise applications using Microsoft .NET Framework, SQL Server and Azure in government, banking, insurance and utility sectors.
He is Organizer of Metro Toronto .NET Meetup and achieved a couple of Microsoft certifications in Azure, .NET and SQL Server i.e. MCSD, MCPD, MCTS.
He's passionate about learning new technologies and sharing his experience with fellow peers in the community. His blog is http://passionatecoder.ca and feel free to follow him on Twitter: @EhsanEskandarim
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Speaker 2: Obi Oberoi

Title: NoSQL is fascinating...What is it?

Abstract:
Databases are the center piece of any application large or small. We are often used to the idea of designing a database that is relational i.e. having columns and rows coupled with rules that are often termed as constraints.

How about work with a data store that has no rules and yet it is latent, easier to develop and is highly performant and scalable!!

In this session, Obi will compare and contrast NoSQL with its relational counterpart, spin up Mongo server, manipulate and save some data and more...

Bio:
Obi Oberoi is a Microsoft MVP and a consultant who works in designing and developing enterprise level distributed applications.

Obi lives in the Greater Toronto Area and has been working with .NET since the first betas and has been engaged in the agile space since 2006. He has a Master’s degree in Computer Science and takes an active role in organizing and speaking at User Groups and Conferences in North America. Obi founded Mississauga .NET User Group in 2015 in the Greater Toronto Area where he organizes monthly meetups!!

Oberoi has worked on many projects from medium to large scale engagements including architecture, design and development. Over the course of his career, he has designed and helped create systems for the Financial, Retail, Health and Logistics sectors.
He can be reached on Twitter @ObiOberoi.
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Speaker 3: Callon Campbell

Title: Introduction to Azure Event Grid

Abstract: This is an introductory-level session on what is Azure Event Grid and how they can be used for an event driven architecture in the cloud

Bio:
Callon Campbell is an application architect and developer. With over 19 years of experience, he's been developing desktop, mobile and web enterprise applications using Microsoft .NET Framework, SQL Server and Azure. Callon is also the co-creator of ReflectInsight .NET Logging framework and Live Log Viewer. He's passionate about learning new technologies and sharing his experience with fellow peers in the community. Callon can be reached on Twitter via @Flying_Maverick, and @DevelopAzure and has a blog at https://TheFlyingMaverick.com.