Xamarin February Meet Up

How telemetry can be your best friend

Hosted by Xamarin


Pretty much everyone use telemetry in software systems today – to understand where things break down, where performance or load are issues and if our components are working as expected.

But this is just a fraction of what you can do with telemetry. Telemetry can help you understand why the adoption of your new ‘market breaking’ feature is not as expected, it can become a critical business tool to gather information about how to provide the most value to your users and how to make minimum viable products successful.
With the help of a bit of artificial intelligence it can even prevent outages or explain sudden load surges so that you can plan in advance. This session is all about this: how telemetry helps the business, and how it can really become a major player for your development teams.


Who’s speaking?
Matteo Emili is a Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio and Development Technologies since 2010. Former Microsoft Student Partner (youngest ever in Italy and the first ever in being both MSP and MVP, in 2010 at the age of 19), his experience spreads from Universities, going through small businesses to the largest worldwide enterprises. His focus on software engineering tied with business processes led him to have a deep knowledge of different topics and technologies, from development to virtualisation, and he has a passion for Agile Methodologies, Processes and all the techie stuff around the code, which leads him to always searching for something new to share with the worldwide community around the Application Lifecycle Management and DevOps fields. Matteo currently works for One Identity as an Application Lifecycle Management and DevOps advisor.


To attend:

Please register your attendance via Xamarin’s Meet Up page.



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Event Organizers

Impact Hub Birmingham Member

Date & Time

February 14, 2018 | 18:30 to 20:30


Impact Hub Birmingham


Entry Fee

Cost for Members: Free

Cost for Non Members: Free

Updated on 09 January 2018