Create cross-platform apps that interact with Microsoft Graph and Office 365
Microsoft Graph is the access point to many Microsoft APIs (Office 365, Outlook.com, Excel Online, SharePoint, OneDrive, Skype, etc...) and unlocks many scenarios like editing Office documents stored in OneDrive from an app, accessing user and organization data, interact with mail, calendar and presence, receiving a call when something change on a file, directory, calendar item, and so on. In this session we'll see how to interact with Microsoft Graph from many cross-platform technologies, both client side (i.e. Xamarin) and server side.
Lorenzo Barbieri is a Cloud Solution Architect based in Milan, Italy. He specializes in Cloud Application Development, both Azure and Office 365, Windows applications, Visual Studio, ALM and DevOps, and he likes to talk with people and communities about technology, food and funny things. He is a speaker, a trainer and a public speaking coach. He helped many MSPs, devs and colleagues, improving their stage presence, to deliver great presentations. He works for Microsoft Western Europe, in the PDU Alps division, helping partners, developers, communities and customers with software development