Developing Windows 8
Of course, we know you’ve heard all the hype around Windows 8. While we’re thrilled at the reception Windows 8 is getting from the industry, analysts, partners and customers, we know you’re not going to just stop everything and become a believer in this “New Experience.” We get that you’re software developers and application architects who need to move beyond the hype and come face-to-face with what’s real.
How different is it really? Are there any real reasons to accelerate or create plans to build apps for the Windows 8 platform? Why are developer communities reacting differently to this version of Windows? If these are the questions you’re asking, this Microsoft Jump Start is for you.
• Module 1: HTML5 Semantic Structure
• Module 2: CSS3 Selectors and Style Properties
• Module 3: Advanced Layout and Animation
• MEAL Break
• Module 5: DOM Interactions
• Module 6: Advanced Topics
• Module 1: Designing a Windows 8 App
• Module 2: Developing Windows 8 Apps
• Module 3: Working with Contracts
• MEAL BREAK
• Module 4: UI and Controls
• Module 5: Interactions
• Module 6: Data Access
Microsoft Technical Evangelist | @codefoster
Jeremy was educated in computer engineering and mathematics then gathered disparate industry experience in education, aerospace manufacturing, and insurance. With just enough - and not nearly enough - education and experience, he finally joined Microsoft with the goal of informing and inspiring software developers to write code and to “write it right.” When he is not working, he is likely spending time with his wife and son, hiking and camping, sailing, scuba diving, or working on house projects.
Microsoft Technical Evangelist | @palermo4
What’s a “Jump Start” Course?
Training specifically designed for experienced technologists whose jobs demand they know how to best leverage new, emerging Microsoft technologies. These advanced courses assume a certain level of expertise and domain knowledge, so they move quickly and cover topics in a fashion that enables teams to effectively map new skills to real-world situations.