Developer Academy 4: My Summary

Monday, March 22, 2010

Today I’ve attended Developer Academy 4. Following is my impression on this event. The opening keynotes where presented by several people, each one presented one topic: Guy Burstein (Visual Studio 2010), Brad Abrams (Silverlight 4) and Eliaz Tobias (Windows Azure). As always, Guy’s presentation was very good and fun to watch. I missed the morning sessions because I had a 3 hours session as a Windows 7 expert in “Meet the Experts”. It was an interesting experience and the people who came really challenged me. After lunch I’ve attended Maor David-Pur session, “Introduction to Cloud Computing & Windows Azure Platform”. Maor explained...
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Sela just got upgraded..

Friday, December 18, 2009

Hi all, I wanted to update you that I've recently began to work as a senior consultant at Sela Group. I'll be consulting on a wide range of development technologies, from the plain C WIN32 API, thru the Windows 7 COM based API, to the latest .NET improvement. I'm really excited to work with Sela's professionals and I know I'm going to enjoy every minute of it. That's it for now, Arik Poznanski
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Introducing, Arik Poznanski

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Hello World, If you ask my mom she will say I've been debugging BASIC applications since I was 2 years old. I'm not sure about this story, but I do code since I remember myself. After several years of C++ / MFC / ATL / COM / .NET in the army, I've decided to go ahead and do a double B.Sc. in Mathematics and Computer Science. Now that I've finished I'm ready to re-conquer the .Net world. Among my previous writings are several CodeProject articles on subjects like: Reverse Engineering Minesweeper, FreeCell &...
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