Michał Męciński is the technical lead of bulletcode.com and the author of several open-source projects. He is a full stack web developer (JavaScript, PHP, .NET) and Windows developer (.NET, C++) with over 12 years of professional experience.

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Saladin

Open source dual-pane file manager for Windows which merges the capabilities of Windows Explorer with the well known and easy to use orthodox user interface.

Saladin

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WebIssues

Open source, multi-platform system for issue tracking and team collaboration. It can be used to store, share and track issues with various attributes, comments and attachments.

WebIssues

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Frienzzle

Online game created for those who enjoy playing jigsaw puzzle with their friends or family. It's compatible with all modern web browsers, it also supports mobile devices.

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The future of mimec.org

The main focus of all my recent work is Bulletcode and this will remain my top priority in the coming months and (hopefully) years. There's a lot going on at the moment, so if you want to get the latest updates, please make sure that you follow my official Twitter channel: @MichalMecinski.

I'm not planning to update my blog dedicated to Qt development, mostly because I'm moving away from this technology and learning something new. However, I'm planning to start writing a new series of technical blog posts about JavaScript and Node.js. Most likely I will switch to some new, more community-oriented blogging platform, but I will post a link here so you don't miss it. Also, soon a new, very cool project using Node.js will be released. Those who follow me on Twitter could already see some early previews. Hint: it will be a multi-player online game :).

The amount of time that I can dedicate to my numerous open-source projects is much smaller than before, but it doesn't mean that nothing's happening in that area. Very soon I will publish the long-awaited version 1.0 of Saladin with a ton of visual and functional improvements. Later this year a bug fix release of WebIssues will be published as well.

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