Highlighted Speaker BiosBoard of Trustees: Steve Veres, President (Seat No. 3), Tina Park, First Vice President (Seat No. 2), Nancy Pearlman, Second Vice President (Seat No. 6), Kelly Candaele (Seat No. 4), Mona Field (Seat No. 1), Miguel Santiago (Seat No. 7), Scott J. Svonkin (Seat No. 5), Daniel Campos, Student Trustee
This workshop will highlight Windows Azure Media Services for Businesses and how quickly you can build a media distribution solution that can stream audio and video to Windows, IOS, Android, and other devices and platforms.


Dr. Anil Salim Muhammed

HR Cloud, Technology Consultant
Dr. Anil Salim Muhammed is a Technology Consultant at HR Cloud, the market and technology leader in on-demand human capital management for the public sector. He also teaches business and information technology courses at Rio Hondo College. Prior to this, he served in public education for over 5 years.

In 2000, Dr. Muhammed attended University of California, Davis where he received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering. After working for a couple of years, he continued his education at University of California, Irvine where he completed his Master of Business Administration. Given his passion for educational reform, Dr. Muhammed began leveraging his technical and managerial background to improve business practices in public education. This eventually led him to the Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California where he completed his Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership.

In his spare time, Dr. Muhammed actively volunteers for numerous non-profit organizations and serves on various committees, sharing best practices and applying knowledge to benefit the welfare of the people in and around his community.


Sam Stokes
Microsoft, Academic Developer
Sam Stokes has been doing software since he was 16, which was a very long time ago. During the 80s, he was on the design team for the Global Positioning Satellite vehicle and MD-11 automatic flight control system, (the MD-11 was an airliner built by McDonnell-Douglas). During the 90s Sam worked with building enterprise apps using software that barely worked for networks that functioned randomly. In the 2000s, Sam worked at Microsoft as a Technology Evangelist.

Sam is currently involved in Windows App designs and can put together a certifiable app quicker than most folks (except for the infamous Peli).

Finally, he thinks that software is too complex for 99.99% of the population, and this includes app developer. His passion is to bring software to the masses so that all may benefit from coolness of app building!
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Los Angeles Community College District 2013