It was more than 6 years ago when I’ve decided to join the other side as Microsoft employee with Microsoft Consulting in Poland. And this was good move. As every such move it brought some changes in private and professional live. One of those changes was that my MVP award, Directory Services at that time … Continue reading "History likes to repeat itself"
May and June this year are speaking engagements months for me. Mostly these engagements are local events in Poland – if you're interested in them, please visit my Polish blog. One event will be in English and is organized on-line through Live Meeting by my friend, Polish MVP – Robert. If You have spare 75 minutes on the … Continue reading "Speaking in June"
Some time ago, when Windows 2008 was released I had some spare time (where are those days) and I wanted to master some of my .NET coding skills. What is better than find an idea to use them … and that’s how 1Identity Snapshot Recovery Tool was created. Snapshot Recovery Tool is command line tool … Continue reading "Snapshot recovery tool strikes back"
So against all the commercials from mobile operators there are still places with absolutely no cell coverage ;). Now its time to give final review to sessions for TEC.
This September – at least for me – is a speaking season. I’m speaking at two conferences. First is TEC 2009 organized by Quest in Berlin. TEC will gather many of well known people as speakers – let me quote Gil here: TEC is comprised to two conferences this year. TEC/Identity and Access features speakers … Continue reading "September – speaking season"
Sander wrote few days ago that “Real man have a daughters”. I even don’t know what real man definition is but I would say that if I fit into this definition I don’t mind to have son and I’m really happy and proud that our family has new member. Wojtek was born on 6’th … Continue reading "Well … real men don’t mind son as well"
Huh, I wish to know how many of readers really thought that NYT had used some of its Internet space to write about my little person. I’m not that famous .. yet ;). So if this is not really about “Tomek” what it is about? How many of You know persons who are committing their … Continue reading "NYT wrote “about me”"
Back in my high school days I used to play in a punk rock band (if we can call it band 🙂 ). A lot of fun and adventures, few local gigs. Everything ended-up when we started our studies on universities. But it is not my punk rock band which put my name on a … Continue reading "On a display …"
Some time ago I wrote that I had been lucky to be selected as a speaker for upcoming TEC 2009 conference. Sometimes one have to change his plans and because of some latest development related to my work I had to cancel my TEC 2009 attendance in Vegas. I have to admit that I was … Continue reading "Me and TEC 2009 – update"
Discussions about identity and privacy are often treated as some sorts of theoretical debates. At least by so called “ordinary user” on the Internet. If we will think about adoption rate for technologies like OpenID or CardSpace we can get an impression that also people who are designing and developing web pages are not concerned … Continue reading "Identity in real life … and I don’t mean net ;)"