• Global Azure Bootcamp

    Keiser University

    All around the world user groups and communities want to learn about Azure and Cloud Computing! On April 27, 2019, all communities will come together once again in the sixth great Global Azure Bootcamp event! Please join us for our Tampa event @ Keiser University! This event is sponsored by Microsoft and is FREE to all attendees! Light breakfast and Subway lunch will be provided compliments of Nebbia Technology and Microsoft! Make sure to show our sponsors some love! Schedule: 9:00-9:30 AM Welcome & Introductions 9:30-10:00 AM Getting started with Azure - Greg Leonardo 10:00-11:00 AM Building Solutions in Azure - Greg Leonardo 11:00-12:00 AM Introduction to Azure IoT - John Wang 12:00-1:00 PM Lunch 1:00-2:00 PM Intro to Azure Machine Learning - Russ Fustino 2:00-3:00 PM Azure DevOps - Chris Ayers 3:00-4:00 PM Q&A/Panel Discussion

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  • Community Event - D365 Tampa Florida

    Microsoft Corporation

    **NOT A #TampaCC EVENT** This is a partner event please register at - http://365saturday.com/dynamics/d365-tampa-florida/

  • Tampa Community Connect Meetup Night

    Keiser University

    Tampa Community Connect Meetup is our new concept of scheduling multiple speakers across a variety of topics. Our vision is to provide a nice blend of networking and learning while providing a larger community interaction. Session Schedule for Nov. 14th: IoT exploitation (intro to physical analysis of IoT device) with Toni Kisasondi & Alex Paunic Azure DevOps with Greg Leonardo Meeting Agenda: 6:00 pm - 630pm - Dinner & Open Discussion 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm - Breakout Presentation Sessions 7:30 pm - 8:00 pm - Q&A Webinar Link (For those out of the area or unable to join in person) Note: Webinar will start broadcasting at 6:30pm est https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/4216815497473590018 More to come and stay tuned for the speaker and sessions as they are scheduled. We hope you like this new format. Thanks! TampaDev team

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  • Tampa Community Connect 2018

    Keiser University

    Official Registration at https://tampacc.org/ Tampa Community Connect 2018 (#TampaCC) is finally approaching! Our Code Camp numbers keep growing with each year/event! That is great news for our Tampa IT community and beyond! Florida is the place to be! Our host, Keiser is super excited about hosting our annual Code Camp, please make sure to let us know how things go this year! Tampa Code Camp is a FREE event for all Tampa IT peeps! We have lots of new sponsors on-board this year as well as our great sponsors and friends from year's past. SPEAKER CALL IS UPON US! If you would like to speak at this year's Tampa Code Camp, please go to our updated website to register and submit your session(s): https://tampacc.org/ We look forward to seeing everyone at our great event at the end of October, right before Halloween! If anyone has any questions, concerns, ideas, or just want to chat....please reach out to us! We love to hear from you! Thanks! TampaCC team

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  • Tampa Community Connect Meetup Night

    Keiser University

    Webinar Link (For those out of the area or unable to join in person) Note: Webinar will start broadcasting at 630pm https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/4216815497473590018 Meeting Agenda 6-630pm - Dinner & Open Discussion[masked]pm - Breakout Presentation Sessions 730-8pm - Q&A Tampa Community Connect Meetup is our new concept of scheduling multiple speakers across a variety of topics. Our vision is to provide a nice blend of networking and learning while providing a larger community interaction. Session Schedules: Azure Session "Getting Started with IoT and Azure" - Greg Leonardo Discussion about how to get started using IoT and Azure. We will see how to get data from MXChip to Azure, as I share my journey with connecting an IoT device to Azure based services. Data Science Session "Data Science, and the Changing Role of Data professionals" - Frank Quintana How are Data Science and Big Data changing our profession? What is a Data Scientist? What is the composition of Data Science Teams? Which skills do data professionals need in the 21st Century? More to come and stay tuned for the speaker and sessions as they are scheduled. We hope you like this new format.

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  • Tampa Community Connect Meetup Night

    Keiser University

    Webinar Link (For those out of the area or unable to join in person) Note: Webinar will start broadcasting at 630pm https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/4216815497473590018 Meeting Agenda 6-630pm - Dinner & Open Discussion[masked]pm - Breakout Presentation Sessions 730-8pm - Q&A Tampa Community Connect Meetup is our new concept of scheduling multiple speakers across a variety of topics. Our vision is to provide a nice blend of networking and learning while providing a larger community interaction. Session Schedules: Block Chain & Bit Coin - Cal Tiger Getting Started with Azure Deep Dive - Greg Leonardo Sivamuthu Humar - Boost your Bot's IQ We hope you like this new format.

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  • Tampa Community Connect Meetup Night

    Keiser University

    Webinar Link (For those out of the area or unable to join in person) Note: Webinar will start broadcasting at 630pm https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/4216815497473590018 Meeting Agenda 6-630pm - Light food and drinks & Open discussion[masked]pm - Breakout Presentation Sessions 730-8pm - Q&A Tampa Community Connect Meetup is our new concept of scheduling multiple speakers across a variety of topics. Our vision is to provide a nice blend of networking and learning while providing a larger community interaction. Please join us in welcoming our July speakers!!! Jeremy Rasmussen Session: Insane in the Mainframe: Taking Control of Azure Security Abstract: Everybody’s moving to the cloud these days. If you’re not already on Office365/Azure, odds are you’re considering it. But what are the security implications of doing this versus rolling your own thing on-premises? As a security consultant and architect, Jeremy set out to learn more about the Microsoft Azure security framework. After reading 700+ pages of documentation and consulting on a number of cloud security projects, he has now attained cloud enlightenment — the tl;dr version of which he’ll present in this talk. In particular, he’ll cover the following: * How Azure identity & access management work * How Azure data access control & encryption work * How Azure virtualization, isolation, firewalls, logging & monitoring work * Best practices you should take for dealing with Azure security Bio: CTO and Cybersecurity Director of Abacode, Tampa, FL Jeremy is also adjunct professor at University of South Florida and founder of the USF Whitehatters Computer Security Club (WCSC) Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), and Project Management Professional (PMP) Ayo Adegoke Session: Azure Security or ML Track Abstract: The rapid uptake of cloud and mobile technology has led to complexity, sprawl and security vulnerabilities. Organizations want to achieve the full benefits of the cloud by connecting all stakeholders. Identity and Access Management is therefore imperative for cloud adoption. Identity helps reduce IT complexity and sprawl across users, devices, applications and third parties. Legacy Identity and Access Management Offerings solve a narrower range of use cases, frequently costly, difficult to use and challenging to integrate. This presentation focuses on how modern Identity solutions, like Azure AD, provide a more robust Identity solution across the modern On-premise and/or Cloud (hybrid) Enterprise. Bio: Ayo is a Cloud Solutions Architect at Microsoft Ayo holds both a Masters degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Dalhousie University & a MBA from Cornell University Graduate certificate in Data Science from Harvard University and various professional certifications including PMP, CISSP, Microsoft Cloud (Azure), CCNA, CCDA and the CCIE R & S (Written) Greg Leonardo Session: Building Solutions in Azure Abstract: In this session, you will learn how to get started in building solutions in Azure and get an understanding of the architecture and which resources to pick. Bio: Greg Leonardo is a Cloud Architect at Tribridge and CEO of Webonology President of TampaDev, a community meetup, that runs #TampaCC, Azure User Group, Azure Medics, and various technology events throughout Tampa Chris Cognetta Session: D365 Portals Bio: Chris Cognetta is the Director for CRM Center of Excellence, Client Field Engineering team at Tribridge Microsoft CRM MVP, Microsoft VTSP, Chair for the CRMUG Florida Regional Users Group Meeting Gayle Santonelli Session: Business Analytics Abstract: Bio: Started 2 businesses GRS Crafts and Bullseye Business Partners Past insurance agent for 11 years Master of Science Degree, Cum Laude, in Business Management from Lesley College More to come and stay tuned for the speaker and sessions as they are scheduled. We hope you like this new format.

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  • (Monthly) Azure UG: Serverless & Schemaless with Azure Functions and CosmosDB

    The Tech Community has a lot of great user groups run by impassioned and dedicated people. TampaCC is here to unite those user groups so that you, the members of the broad technology community, have a single and centralized resource to Meetup night to provide a broader access to learning. To access past meetup recordings, please go to: https://www.gotostage.com/channel/ab176b3e5... Webinar Link (For those out of the area or unable to join in person) Note: Webinar will start broadcasting at 630pm https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/4216815497473590018 Meeting Agenda 6-630pm - Dinner & Open Discussion[masked]pm - Presentation 730-8pm - Q&A Title: Serverless & Schemaless with Azure Functions and CosmosDB Abstract: These days some of the best solutions are Serverless - code executing in the cloud, reading and writing data to datastores in the cloud, without having to worry about minuate like the data schema and scaling. This talk goes beyond the Serverless hype and discusses some use cases and practical implementations for truly going Serverless using Azure Functions, CosmosDB and C#. Bio: Santosh Hari is a Microsoft Azure MVP. He is a frequent speaker at meetups and Codecamps. His day job is at Konacom, a wireless startup, where as Director of Software, he leverages his software skills to help provide high quality, affordable wireless broadband to the developing world. He also runs a software consulting company, Sand Dollar Technology, with his wife. Santosh also volunteers for Orlando .NET User Group (President) and as organizer of Orlando Codecamp.

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