Tomasz Pęczek

Kraków, Poland

Tomasz Pęczek

Software Developer & Architect • Microsoft MVP

An experienced software developer and architect. For more than 10 years he has been creating software for health care, banking or e-learning industries. Currently, he is building web applications and microservices using ASP.NET Core and Azure.

He is constantly sharing his knowledge through his blog or presentations at conferences and user groups. He is also a founder and maintainer of several open source projects.

Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies category.

Current sessions

Real-Time Capabilities in ASP.NET Core Web Applications Beyond (Or Besides) SignalR

Today's users attention span is very short, so our applications need to be as real-time as possible. This talk wants to give you the tools to achieve that. As the title suggests, it's not about SignalR (it might be mentioned, but that's all). It will walk through native technologies like WebSockets, Server-Sent Events and Push API based notifications. It will show how to use them, compare them and suggest when to use which by exploring their strong and weak sides.


With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility - Using HTTP/2 Responsibly

The Web is migrating to HTTP/2. It’s not a surprise as it brings new features and performance improvements. But every new technology should be approached with consideration. HTTP/2 is no different.

A lot has been written about new features in HTTP/2 and performance improvements it's bringing, so you have probably read some of it (don't worry if you didn't, there will be a brief recap). But we all know there is nothing for free in IT (and especially Web) world. There are no "no brainers" or "silver bullets". This talk focuses on what to consider to get the most out of HTTP/2 without hurting yourself or your users in the process.


Real-Time Architecture and Practices for Modern ASP.NET Core Web Applications

One of my talks is a low-level talk about real-time technologies in ASP.NET Core. This is not that talk, it's rather its continuation. This talk focuses on patterns, architecture, and solving scalability problems when building real-time web applications based on ASP.NET Core stack. It aims at showing you how to design great real-time applications for both on-premise and cloud.


Azure Functions Beyond "Out of The Box" - a Guided Tour of Azure Functions Extensibility

Azure Functions is a key part of Microsoft serverless offering. At its core, it is a compute service, but its real power lies in integration capabilities. A lot has been said and written on how to use build in triggers and bindings to connect with databases, queues, web requests, and third-party APIs. There is however one aspect of Azure Functions which has been neglected - extensibility. This talk will walk you through Azure Functions extensibility with practical examples. It will give you the tools to push its integration capabilities further and get even more from Azure Functions.


Past and future events

DevConf 2018

"With great power comes great responsibility - using HTTP/2 responsibly"
26 Sep 2018 - 28 Sep 2018
Kraków, Poland

Dev# 2018

"Real-time capabilities in ASP.NET Core web applications beyond (or besides) SignalR"
21 Sep 2018 - 21 Sep 2018
Gdańsk, Poland

4Developers 2018

"Real-time capabilities in ASP.NET Core web applications beyond (or besides) SignalR"
9 Apr 2018 - 9 Apr 2018
Warsaw, Poland

4Developers 2014

"Bringing order into chaos – Patterns and JavaScript"

"Modern web server architecture in Microsoft Web Stack - Introduction to OWIN and Katana"
7 Apr 2014 - 8 Apr 2014
Warsaw, Poland

4Developers 2013

"Better asynchronous code in JavaScript with jQuery and 'Deferred' pattern"
12 Apr 2013 - 12 Apr 2013
Warsaw, Poland

Microsoft Technology Summit 2010

"Rich user interface in ASP.NET MVC applications with jQuery plugins"
5 Oct 2010 - 6 Oct 2010
Warsaw, Poland