Windows Phone 100+ Apps In – What I have Learned presented by Atley Hunter

I'm happy to announce our next session for October 3rd.  We will be having a guest speaker this time around.  Atley Hunter will be presenting:

'Windows Phone 100+ Apps In – What I have Learned'

Level[masked]Find out what has worked for me and what has not!  You will gain the knowledge of literally dozens of development and deployment stories so you can cut to the chase and be as successful as possible with your mobile development in this open-forum style discussion on mobile development with arguably the most prolific Windows Phone developer in the world!Learn from my Binging and bungling, ask your questions and get the real info from someone that’s done it, lots! – Windows Phone focus

Speaker Bio:

For the latest on Windows Phone Development, you should follow me on twitter!!!

I’m Atley and I have what you might call a little tech problem.  I am a geek, scratch that I am an ENORMOUS GEEK.  I am the guy in your neighbourhood that makes all the streetlights dim when he turns on all of his computers.  I’ve been a geek since I can remember and I expect, anyday now, to be the subject of an intervention.

I have been a developer for over 15 years.  Right now, I work for Altus Group as a Technical Lead.  We make a couple of large ASP.NET applications and, while I love my work, but when I am not there, I am a huge phone geek.  I tend to be an early adopter of all sorts of technology and always go over the top, much to the dismay of my family and my bank account! I’m a huge gadget freak and always have tons of tech within reach, most of the time quite literally!  I keep at least two fully functioning domains going in my house as well as several different platforms and lots of gadgets.

Aside from being a terminal geek, I am an avid adventurer.  Snowboarding, rappelling, bungie jumping, skydiving, base jumping, mountain/rock/structure climbing…  if it is hard, I want to see if I can do it.

In order to tear me away from the technologies that I surround myself with, something has to be pretty exciting, unique or challenging.  That is why I am a bit of an extreme sports enthusiast.  I love any kind of challenge, the more difficult the better.

I love learning and often forsake everything else to bury myself in a new technology.  I also love to share information, so always feel free to ask me a question, I’m always happy to help!

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  • Tyrone K.

    great talk, very good intro on the importance and how to design for the user
    Thank you

    October 4, 2013

  • Tom W.

    Atley was an awesome speaker. The audience the was engaged and asking questions. We may have some new Winodws Phone developers.

    October 4, 2013

  • Andrew P.

    Very inspiring talk - Thanks! - Already working on my first app.

    October 4, 2013

  • Jean-Rene R.

    This will be a very good session. It will also be presented at #DevTeach Vancouver. Atley was voted 2nd best speaker last may at DevTeach Toronto. The London.Net group has a $100 rebate code for DevTeach if you are interested.

    1 · October 2, 2013

    • Tom W.

      Thanks JR, yes everyone in attendance should know that Atley is well know speaker at developer conferences. We are very fortunately to have him come out to London to speak.

      October 3, 2013

    • Tom W.

      Make sure to take advantage of the discount JR has offered us for DevTeach. DevTeach is worth attending to network and to learn.

      October 3, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Dang, this appears to be in the wrong London!

    September 26, 2013

    • Andrew P.

      We would still welcome you any time. Just a quick plane ride across the ocean.

      September 26, 2013

  • Tom W.

    Atley is great presenter and very knowledge about marketing and business aspects of being successful mobile developer. I would recommend attending just to tap into his experience.

    September 13, 2013

  • Andrew S.

    I loved the first meeting, learned a lot. Looks like this one will be interesting as well

    September 11, 2013

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