George Kosmidis

Information & Communications Technology

Azure Csharp .NET .NET (Core) development .NET 5 .net 6 ASP.NET Core Web API Azure DevOps ASP .NET Core .NET Patterns & Practices C# Microservices Identityserver Blazor

Munich, Bavaria, Germany

George Kosmidis

Microsoft MVP | Cloud Solutions Architect | .NET Software Engineer

I am George, a Cloud Solutions Architect and .NET Software Engineer with almost 20 years of professional experience. I work and live in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Munich, where I enjoy my free time studying and cycling.

As a forever learning nerd, I am always attending conferences and meetups, to learn, discuss and interact with professionals all around the world. I like it that much, that I organize my own .NET meetups here in Munich, the Munich .NET Meetup with more than 1200 members.

Current sessions

Using Azure DevOps to build and deploy a Docker image to Azure

In this session we will see how to use Azure DevOps to build and then publish a docker image as an Azure App Service, using Azure Container Registry.


Using Github and Azure DevOps to publish to Nuget.org

In this session we will cover:
• Create a dummy .NET Core library and parameterize it
• Push it to Github.com, setup branches and take a quick tour of some of the Github settings
• Setup Azure Pipeline to build, test and deploy
• Test our solution, push some updates!


Introduction into Quantum Computing with Q#

Join for a journey into the extraordinary Quantum Computing, where we will fist talk about some of the spooky properties of elementary particles, line superposition and entanglement, and then we will build our first Quantum Program!

In order to do that, we will install Microsoft's Quantum Development Kit and use Q# to create a random number generator with an upper limit bigger than the number of the atoms in the universe. At the end, we will learn how to consume Q# libraries, like the one created, from a C# or F# app.


A Hello World with Microsoft’s Machine Learning framework, ML.NET

In this hands on session we will explore Machine Learning is, and create a predictor for the global average temperature using real data from kaggle.com


Create and publish a Blazor Component as Nuget Package

In this session we will create together a Blazor Weather Widget which will publish as a Nuget package using Azure DevOps


Past and future events