Vyron Vasileiadis

Information & Communications Technology

Environment and Cleantech

Government, Social Sector & Education

Web Development IoT Machine Leaning Training Deep Learning Microsoft Azure Quantum computing csharp dotNet Azure AI Azure App Service Azure AI STUFF: Big Data Quantum computing & Machine Learning

Athens, Attica, Greece

Vyron Vasileiadis

Software Engineer & Microsoft Certified Trainer

Vyron Vasileiadis holds an MSc in Space Science and a BSc in Computer Science. He is a software engineer, with 8+ years of experience, specialized in web technologies, machine & deep learning and Microsoft Azure. He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer adept at planning and implementing onsite and remote training programs. He is passionate about education and the ecosystem and has taken over the role of mentor in several hackathons and incubators.

Current sessions

HTTP/3 with .NET 6 and Kestrel

HTTP/3 is the third and upcoming major version of HTTP.

HTTP/3 uses the same semantics as HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/2 but instead of using TCP as the transport layer for the session, it uses QUIC, a new Internet transport protocol.

HTTP/3 and QUIC have a number of benefits including native multiplexing, 0-RTT support, and increased security.

In this session, we will learn how to enable HTTP/3 in a .NET 6 application which is served by Kestrel.


Minimal APIs in .NET 6

The ASP.NET team has rolled out minimal APIs, a new, simple way to build small microservices and HTTP APIs in ASP.NET Core.

Minimal APIs hook into ASP.NET Core’s hosting and routing capabilities and allow you to build fully functioning APIs with just a few lines of code. No startup.cs, no controllers, Just 4 lines of code to write an API endpoint. It is amazing! Isn’t it?

In this session, we will explore minimal APIs and how to integrate with other powerful features like CORS configuration, Entity Framework, Swagger, and JWT Authentication/Authorization.


Diving into Quantum Computing with Q# and Azure Quantum

Harnessing the unique behaviour of quantum physics and applying it to computing, quantum computers introduce new concepts to traditional programming methods such as superposition, entanglement, and quantum interference.

Microsoft, having a clear mindset towards the coming quantum era, is partnering with quantum hardware companies to provide developers with cloud access to quantum hardware.

Leveraging the Azure Quantum platform and the Q# language, developers are now able to explore quantum algorithms and run their quantum programs on different types of quantum hardware.

In this full-day workshop, we will:
- Learn about the features that make quantum supremacy feasible,
- Learn the basics of Microsoft's Q# programming language
- Create multiple quantum applications, some based on famous algorithms
- Run these applications on real quantum hardware using Azure Quantum.


Welcoming the Quantum Era with Azure Quantum

Harnessing the unique behaviour of quantum physics and applying it to computing, quantum computers introduce new concepts to traditional programming methods such as superposition, entanglement, and quantum interference.

Microsoft, having a clear mindset towards the coming quantum era, is partnering with quantum hardware companies to provide developers with cloud access to quantum hardware.

Leveraging the Azure Quantum platform and the Q# language, developers are now able to explore quantum algorithms and run their quantum programs on different types of quantum hardware.

In this session, we will explore Azure Quantum’s capabilities and run a Q# quantum application on a real quantum computer.


Quantum Machine Learning with Q#

Quantum Machine Learning is a research area that explores the interplay of ideas from quantum computing and machine learning.

In this session, we will explore how a hybrid Quantum-Classical Machine Learning model would work, how it can benefit us in the long run and how we can implement it using Microsoft's quantum programming language, Q#.


The new Azure SDK for .NET

Learn about the new Azure SDK for .NET and the improvements to performance, authentication and configuration that Microsoft's engineers have been working on in the last couple of years.
Besides theoretical concepts, we will write some code to explore the new and extensible HTTP Pipeline that all Azure clients internally use, implement authentication with the new Azure.Identity library and connect our app to an Azure Storage account.


What exactly is Deep Learning?

In this session we will discuss:
- What is the difference between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning
- What problems can Deep Learning solve
- What tools and frameworks are available

Athens Deep Learning Meetup


Doing AI the Cloud Way: Enterprise Azure Machine Learning

AI spent over half a century being more hype than happening. So, why now? Many people don’t realize that the story of today’s applied AI is actually a story about The Cloud.
Join this session to understand the advantages of building an AI solution on the cloud and take a deep dive into the brand new Enterprise Azure Machine Learning and designer (preview).

Microsoft Ignite The Tour


Past and future events

Microsoft Azure + AI Conference Fall 2021

7 Dec - 9 Dec 2021
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

DeveloperWeek Europe 2021

26 Apr - 27 Apr 2021

Global Azure Virtual 2021, Greece

16 Apr 2021

Global Azure Austria 2021

15 Apr 2021

Virtual Global Azure - Verona 2021

15 Apr - 16 Apr 2021

Global Azure 2021 - Spain

14 Apr - 16 Apr 2021

IT Pro|Dev Connections 2020

11 Dec - 12 Dec 2020

Athens Deep Learning Meetup

What exactly is Deep Learning?
21 May 2020

Microsoft Ignite the Tour

Doing AI the Cloud Way: Enterprise Azure Machine Learning
11 Mar - 12 Mar 2020
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

Microsoft Ignite the Tour

Intelliwaste: An awarded integrated smart waste management solution powered by Azure
11 Mar - 12 Mar 2020
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands