Mel Sampat

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Mel Sampat speaking at MEDC 2006

Mel Sampat is a former Program Manager at Microsoft where he worked on the Windows Mobile team from December 2005 to April 2010.[1] He was a frequent contributor[2] on the Windows Mobile Team Blog, and a speaker at Microsoft's worldwide developer conferences. Since leaving Microsoft, Sampat has been involved with various mobile app startups.[3]

Sampat was the original author[4] of OutSync, a free Windows application that helps users sync photos of their Microsoft Outlook contacts from Facebook.

Before Microsoft, Sampat was the founder and CEO of Two Peaks Software, an independent software vendor specializing in Windows Mobile applications. Two Peaks was partially acquired by WebIS prior to Sampat joining Microsoft in 2005.[5]