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About Andrew Connell
Andrew has received Microsoft's Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award every year since 2005 & has contributed to numerous books articles and projects over the years. You can learn from Andrew through one of the many on-demand classes he has published though Pluralsight (www.Pluralsight.com) or when he teaches hands-on courses through Critical Path Training (www.CriticalPathTraining.com).
Andrew is a frequent presenter at numerous conferences around the globe. You can find Andrew on his popular blog (http://www.andrewconnell.com), follow him on Twitter @andrewconnell, check out some of the numerous projects he's involved in on GitHub (github.com/andrewconnell) or listen to his popular weekly podcast, The Microsoft Cloud Show (http://www.microsoftcloudshow.com), which is focused on Microsoft cloud services such as Azure and Office 365 as well as the competitive cloud landscape.
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