David Chou

David Chou
Architect, Microsoft


David Chou is an architect at Microsoft, focused on collaborating with enterprises and organizations in areas such as cloud computing, SOA, Web, RIA, distributed systems, security, etc., and supporting decision makers on defining evolutionary strategies in architecture. Drawing on experiences from his previous jobs at Sun Microsystems and Accenture, David enjoys helping customers create value from using pragmatic approaches to define IT strategies and architectures. David maintains a blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/dachou.


Location: 2014 Level:
Kevin Boyle (Microsoft), David Chou (Microsoft), Andy Lapin (Kelley Blue Book)
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