Win with WinUI: The Reunion of .NET Desktop

Win with WinUI: The Reunion of .NET Desktop

Welcome to the future of your .NET desktop application development with WinUI! 

WinUI is the latest, state-of-the-art UI framework for all Windows apps across both Win32 and UWP that offers a unique path to incremental migration of your existing like MFC, WinForms, and WPF applications.  

Whether you are an early adopter of the WinUI framework or someone interested in gradually migrating their Win32 and UWP apps, this webinar will answer all your questions! We have an allocated time for Q&A at the end where you can ask your questions and get them answered by Telerik’s MVP Sam Basu and Ryan Demopoulos, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft.  

During the event, our speakers will cover the following topics:  

  • WinUI 3 Vision & Mission 

  • Latest release & what developers can look forward to 

  • Demos, tips & tricks 

  • Telerik UI for WinUI production-ready controls 

  • Q&A session 

Join us for this event, exclusively tailored for .NET desktop development and ensure you and your desktop applications are ahead of the curve. 


Sam Basu
Sam Basu Developer Advocate, Progress samidip

Sam Basu is a technologist, author, speaker, Microsoft MVP, gadget lover and Progress Developer Advocate for Telerik products. With a long developer background, he now spends much of his time advocating modern web/mobile/cloud development platforms on Microsoft/Telerik technology stacks. His spare times call for travel, fast cars, cricket and culinary adventures with the family.

Ryan Demopoulos
Ryan Demopoulos Principal Program Manager Lead Microsoft RyanDemopoulos

Ryan is a Canadian national from the city of London, Ontario. He attended the University of Western Ontario where he received his BSc and MSc in Computer Science before his move to Redmond to work for Microsoft nearly 2 and a half years ago. During this time With a formal education in Computer science and a 13+ years career at Microsoft, Ryan has worked as a Program Manager on several UI-related technologies, most notably the Windows Ribbon framework. Outside of work, Ryan is always eager to discuss video games and his passion for NHL hockey.