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Azure Meetup Berlin: Azure LogicApps and Microsoft AI & IoT

Sebastian SchützeSebastian Schütze

A new Azure Meetup Berlin has been published.

This is the Agenda:

This Meetup is sponsored and hosted by Nigel Frank and it will be in the WeWork (Atrium Tower) Location at Eichhornstraße 3, 10785 Berlin (7th Floor).

We will be having 2 talks and they are:

Talk 1: Hybrid Integration Platform – What are LogicApps and how can I use them? (by Sven Wildermann)
More info to follow soon about this presentation…

Talk 2: Microsoft AI & IoT – How to bring intelligence to our connected World (by Marcel Franke)

“Artificial intelligence has now arrived in many places in our daily lives. Whether by smart assistants such as Siri, Cortana or Alexa, autonomous driving or supermarkets without sellers and cash registers. Artificial intelligence should help us everywhere to make our life easier. On the other side the world is a rapidly changing and becomes more and more connected and in the center are digital services and data. But how do we develop solutions for these networked platforms?
In his talk, he will show how we can process real-time data from IoT devices & sensors, use machine learning to build smart services and products, and then re-integrate those models into the connected platform. Part of his session will be hands on with coding examples and demos.”

Please note:
Entrance is from 18:00 and the talks will start at 18:30.
To enter the 7th Floor of WeWork Atrium Tower, we need your full name for security reason. This will be asked when you RSVP for the event.

We are looking forward seeing you there!

Time and date: 2018-12-05 at 18:00The location: Eichhornstraße 3 Berlin
Tip: WeWork Atrium Tower

Sebastian is an Azure Nerd with focus on DevOps and VSTS that converted from the big world of SharePoint and O365. He was working with O365 since 2013 and loved it ever since. As his focus shifted in 2017 to more DevOps related topics in the Microsoft Stack. He learned to love the possibilities of automation. Besides writing articles in his blog and German magazines, he is still contributing to the SharePoint Developer Community (and PnP SharePoint) to help to make the ALM part a smoother place to live in.