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Vijay is an IT professional who has diversified knowledge across multiple domains in the industry. Working in a leading cloud service provider company, he has truly shown potential in automating small to large scale automation which truly resulted in cost benefits for the business and a successful carrier.


Vijay has a vast knowledge of Microsoft Azure, Cloud Technologies, DBMS, Python, and specialization in automation using PowerShell.


He loves to teach from the very beginning and online teaching is the platform that helps him in the continuation of the same passion.




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