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Zapraszamy na 108. spotkanie Krakowskiej Grupy Developerów .NET.

To już ostatnie spotkanie w tym roku. W grudniu mamy przerwę świąteczną. Kolejne spotkanie odbędzie się w nowym, 2018 roku, w styczniu.

Przygotowaliśmy takie dwie prelekcje:

• Zoltán Lehóczky - Turning software into computer chips – Hastlayer (conducted in English)

• Marek Mierzwa - CI in mobile applications development (conducted in Polish)

Turning software into computer chips – Hastlayer

Software is flexible, specialized hardware is extremely fast. So why not write software, then turn it into a computer chip? This is what Hastlayer ( does by transforming .NET software into electronic circuits. The result is faster and uses less power while you simply keep on writing software. You may not be able to tell just by looking at it but behind some function calls now actually embedded hardware is working! (You wonder how? Check out what FPGAs are!) In this demo-packed session we'll get an overview of what Hastlayer is, why it is useful for developers like you and how to write Hastlayer-compatible software.

Zoltán Lehóczky

Co-founder and managing director of Lombiq Technologies (, originator of the Hastlayer project. His main expertise is in .NET software development and software architecture design. Core contributor of the ASP.NET Orchard CMS, guest lecturer at Óbuda University, John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics.

CI in mobile applications development

Over the years tools and techniques of continuous integration have settled in the server and desktop IT projects. They support creation, testing and deployment increasing productivity of development teams and entire organizations.Mobile software developers can and should benefit from them as well. On this presentation you will find out that this is not a backbreaking task for you, as a Xamarin developer. You will learn how to design and implement the CI process in your team using popular tools like Visual Studio Online or HockeyApp.

Marek Mierzwa

I’m a husband, father, spiritual journeyman, and in meantime a software developer. Speaking of the last one I spent most of the time coding in mobile, back-ends, working with enterprise search systems and in general - designing and implementing distributed architectures. I’m also incurable (but pragmatic) TDD and clean code enthusiast.