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MTS 2012

Only few days left to start of MTS conference. I hope that everybody who wanted to join the conference have managed to register on the presentation that I will have pleasure to lead – The devil is in the details – building high-performance applications for Windows Phone. It will start at 14.30 in second day of the conference. It will be placed in room E.

During the presentation I will try with my friend to convince the audience that the micro optimisations can significantly improve application performance. We will show two examples that have been taken from real projects and demonstrate forgotten hints that will allow to boost our application. You should be able to identify places with possible performance issues after watching our presentation.

Despite the fact, that the title of presentation suggests that it will only apply to Windows Phone devices, the guidance contained in it will be also valid for other platforms. The results may not be as spectacular as on Windows Phone, but certainly the application should work better after this changes.

MTS 2012 conference is also a chance to talk to experts and make new contacts. I encourage you to visit the Ask The Expert zone. I will try to be there from the early beginning. So if you have any questions connected with Windows Phone, I hope that I will be able to help you. To make sure that I will be there please send me an email.

See you!!!

MTS 2012 – The devil is in the details

MTS 2012 - I will be a lecturer

I want to invite you for a Microsoft Technology Summit. The conference will take place in Warsaw between October 29 and October 30. If you are interested in expanding your knowledge of Windows Phone you should register for The devil is in the details – building high-performance applications for Windows Phone. Together with a colleague we are going to show you how small changes in code can speed up your application.

At the moment I do not want to reveal more details.

MTS 2010 – my thoughts

Last week was a conference MTS 2010. This was my second trip to the MTS and to be honest I’m slightly disappointed it. If I compare it to the last year it falls on far worse. First of all, I am a little sorry for the organizers. It seems to me, that the ICJ has lost some its character. A year ago I had the feeling, that I came to one big family, if you can call it that. There was a time for everything. You could see a lot of interest. Especially if you saw rooms full of people sitting on stairs. This year was different. There was much less time – at least in my opinion. Between the sessions ran from room to room in fear that, not to shut the door in his face Read more