SSW Chief Architect and Microsoft Regional Director Adam Cogan gives a bootcamp to developers on why they should build their public profile.
Recorded at the opening of SSW Newcastle.
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About the speakers
Adam Cogan blogs at adamcogan.com and interviews for SSW TV frequently. He is the Chief Architect at SSW, a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner specializing in custom enterprise .NET and Azure solutions mostly using Angular and React. His solutions also involve Office365, SharePoint, Dynamics 365, and Power BI.
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SSW Chief Architect Adam Cogan shows how to categorize your YouTube channel with playlists and custom thumbnails to maximize user engagement.
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