Join SSW Software Architect Luke Mao as he demonstrates how to build a profile card with Adaptive Cards Designer, using SSW SophieBot
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About the speakers
Luke is a Software Architect with more than three years of development experience. He has a broad technology stack and is especially good at using React for web development.
He has rich experience in remote cooperation with overseas teams. He has worked on large-scale Real Estate projects in Australia and Healthy Living projects in Singapore. He also has experience in the fields of Finance and Data Processing.
In software development, he values code quality, pursues technical depth, and loves Agile. He focuses on high quality and quick delivery to maximize clients’ values.
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