About the Show
Welcome to the Microsoft Cloud Show. The only place to stay up to date on everything going on in the Microsoft cloud world including Azure and Office 365.
Whether you are new to the cloud, old hat or just starting to consider what the cloud can do for you this podshow is the place to find all the latest and greatest news and information on what’s going on in the cloud universe.
Join Microsoft aficionados and SharePoint experts Andrew Connell and Chris Johnson as they dissect the noise and distill it down, read between the lines & offer expert opinion on what is really going on.
Just the information … no marketing … no BS, just two dudes telling you how they see it.
What You can Expect
We strongly believe that dedicated podcast listeners want and expect consistency in their shows. As such we will release a new episode every week. In addition, each episode will be 30-60 minutes long. We’ve been running this show for three years and over 145 episodes… how’s that for consistency!
Andrew Connell is a full stack web developer with a focus on Microsoft Azure & Office 365, specifically the Office 365 APIs, SharePoint Server, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft’s .NET Framework, Angular and Node.js that enjoys development, writing & teaching.
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 through Pluralsight. Andrew is a frequent presenter at numerous conferences around the globe.
Chris is an avid developer, speaker, author and is Co-Founder and CTO at Hyperfish, a software innovation lab startup. Prior to Hyperfish Chris was a Group Product Manager on the Office 365 team at Microsoft in Redmond where he led the Developer Relations and ISV Ecosystem team.
Chris is from New Zealand and moved to the USA in 2007 with Microsoft where he worked in various roles in the SharePoint and Office 365 teams. Chris’ background is in software development and enjoys all things technical. He is a speaker at numerous conferences around the world such as Microsoft Ignite, Tech.Ed, the SharePoint Conference and many smaller community events. Chris co-authored “Beginning SharePoint 2013 development” for Wrox in 2013, holds a Bachelor of Computer Science & enjoys throwing himself out of perfectly good airplanes from time to time.