Centar karijera poziva vas na predavanje Vlada Sudzilouskog, Principal Software Engineering Managera u Microsoftu, pod naslovom:
“Performance is fun. Performance is hard. Performance is important.”,
u srijedu, 18. listopada 2017. godine, u 18 sati, u dvorani D2 Fakulteta elektrotehnike i računarstva.
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Join us for a Tech Talk by our Principal Software Engineering Manager, Vlad Sudzilouski. Vlad is responsible for framework components used to build Microsoft Office Suite of Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Visio, Project, Skype for Business, Sway, etc.) from low level frameworks like threading, to common User Experience and controls (Ribbons, Dialogs, Task Panes, etc.). We build frameworks in a cross-platform way that enables us to ship Office Applications on Win32, UWP, Android, iOS, Mac, and Web.
Come to this talk to learn how we approach this complex area, what type of problems we solve, principles we follow, tools we employ. We’ll talk about raw speed optimizations, concurrency, power efficiency, disk footprint optimizations, build optimizations, etc.
Vlad Sudzilouski, Principal Software Engineering Manager
I’ve been born in a city of Minsk, in a country that no longer exists on the map (USSR). I’ve graduated Belarusian State University (CS & Economics) in a different country – Belarus. My first encounter with computers was in elementary school – it was a clone of ZX Spectrum – a computer with 48Kb of memory that my dad built (it used tapes for storage!)
I’ve started working part-time for Matra Datavision’s office in Minsk, where I first experienced UNIX and cross-platform development. But it did not last long – Minsk office got closed soon after my graduation and I posted my resume to some online site not expecting much. To my surprise, I got contacted by Microsoft recruiters in 12 hours. I got an offer to join Microsoft a few months later! I’m still with Microsoft 16 years later, within same Office division (though I changed three teams over that time period).
I’m married, have two kids (boys) and a dog. I love active sports – I play basketball, volleyball, wallyball, do skiing, kayaking, etc.
I also enjoy traveling around the world and camping.