Reading the support tickets daily it has become one of my most rewarding morning routines. Besides the constant learning factor, I am all the time running into some amazing questions / implementations/ samples that I can put in practice right away.
I have said it before but I will reiterate here:
When presented with a XAF challenge the first thing I do it is a quick search trough the support tickets to see if there is already an implementation that I can adapt to my needs. Most of the time I find something that I can use, but also most of the time I have to actually code it and run it to see if it is exactly what I need it.
If you are like me, you would love to have a visual before getting to deep and realizing I am on the wrong path. I also realize DevExpress receives tons of tickets daily so this is not feasible for them.
“He is talking again about conferences. Yeah, Yeah, we know, they are great.”
Well, before you run away, hear me out. This time I have a different point. Yes conferences are great and CDC is one of my favorites but what no one talk about is, they are a lot of work for the organizers.
I had the opportunity to be part of the staff of CDC 2019 and I have to give a big shout out to the Megsoft team for all their hard work and for making this event possible.
On September 18, I arrived in Montreal for UnoConf. The conference took place the 19th with an amazing workshop held on the 20th.
Without delay I will drop here a great recap so you can see for yourself how amazing it was. Spoilers: Great Keynote by Miguel de Icaza. Awesome session by Jerome Laban and, wait for it … WebAssembly Renderers for Xamarin.Forms.