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Michał Chęciński

Azure cloud architect engineer | DevOps | blogger | podcaster

I'm passionate about building solutions on public cloud.

  • Azure
  • DevOps & automation
  • 💻 .NET

are my main skills.

Hi there, I'm Michal 👋

I'm a DevOps, cloud engineer and architect working with Microsoft Azure cloud. Also, I'm a Gold Microsot Student Ambassador. Formerly I was a .NET developer.

I've got over 4 years of commercial experience. From the beginning of my career, I work with Azure. I used to be more Azure developer, but nowadays I focus on infrastructure, DevOps and automation.

In my free time I like riding a bike, public speaking is my other big passion.

I'm always open to make webinar, presentation and/or help you with preparing conference, meetup etc. Just drop me DM or email.

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377 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

August 2022

Created 6 commits in 2 repositories
Opened 5 pull requests in 3 repositories
bitwarden/mobile 2 merged
bitwarden/clients 1 merged 1 open
bitwarden/server 1 open
Reviewed 6 pull requests in 3 repositories
bitwarden/clients 4 pull requests
bitwarden/server 1 pull request
bitwarden/mobile 1 pull request
101 contributions in private repositories Aug 1 – Aug 15

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