Register for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 Webcast Series


Microsoft is again back with their webcast series and this time they planned for both Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 sessions on the same day but in a different time slot. The webcast series will happen for five continuous days, 1.5hrs daily for each technology.

 

In this post, find the session details, time table and the link to register for the free webcast event. Take part of it and enhance your Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 skills.

 

It’s a five days webcast series organized by Microsoft on Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 application development, starting from 18th February 2013 to 22nd February 2013. From 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM, Microsoft will cover session on Windows 8 and from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM they will cover Windows Phone 8.

 

The webcast series will cover basic to expert level details to help you enhance your skills by getting the latest training on Windows 8 & Windows Phone 8 Application Development. So, if you were waiting for the big turning point in your professional life, it’s the time for you. Get in touch with the experts and gain knowledge on those technology fields.

 

 

Here is the complete agenda of the webcast series for Windows 8 Application Development, which will start from 18th February 2013 (03:00 PM – 04:30 PM, Indian Standard Time, daily):

 

Getting started with Windows 8 apps development 18-Feb-2013
In this session we will walk through the new app development platform in Windows 8 (Win8), Application development models, Windows 8version of WinRT, supported application models, getting started with Windows 8app development, new features overview.
Designing quality apps for Windows 8 19-Feb-2013
In this session, we will talk about the design and user experience philosophy for Windows store apps. Both developers and designers will learn things they should keep in mind to make their applications shine on the Windows platform. We will also go through the essential techniques you need to build an application, Windows Store apps design, introduction to XAML Layout, Styles, and Design Themes, during this session. 
Windows 8 apps development Deep Dive part 1 20-Feb-2013
In this session we will cover the way apps work on Windows 8, app lifecycle, User Interface controls, data storage and background tasks. This session will explain what happens and what you must do as an app developer to create the best experience for your user.
Windows 8 apps development Deep Dive part 2 21-Feb-2013
In this session we will cover the core concepts of programming for Windows 8 platform. How to leverage the features like tiles, notifications, contracts, app bar, page orientation. This session will focus on the depth concepts of Windows Store apps development. 
Windows Azure Mobile Services for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 apps 22-Feb-2013
In this session, we will showcase how it’s incredibly easy to connect a scalable cloud backend to your client and mobile applications. It enables you to easily store structured data in the cloud that can span both devices and users and integrate it with user authentication as well as send out updates to clients via push notifications. We will walk you through to add these capabilities to any Windows 8 and Windows Phone apps. 

 

 

 

Here is the complete agenda of the webcast series for Windows Phone 8 Application Development, which will start from 18th February 2013 (04:30 PM – 06:00 PM, Indian Standard Time, daily):

 

Getting started with Windows Phone 8 apps development 18-Feb-2013
In this session we will walk through the new app development platform in Windows Phone 8 (Windows Phone 8), Application development models, Windows Phone 8 version of WinRT, supported application models, getting started with Windows Phone 8 app development, new features overview, using the Windows Phone Developer Tools and Windows Phone 87x compatibility. The session emphasizes on the overall stages that a business/developer should be aware of.
Designing quality apps for Windows Phone 8 19-Feb-2013
In this session, we will talk about the design and user experience philosophy for Windows Phone apps. In this session, developers and designers will learn things, they should keep in mind to make their applications shine on the Windows Phone. We will go through the essential techniques you need to build an application, Microsoft Design Language, designing an App, XAML Layout, Styles and Themes, Design Time Data, during this session.
Windows Phone 8 apps development Deep Dive part 1 20-Feb-2013
In this session we will cover the way apps work on Windows Phone and how the OS manages them so that when they lose focus, they are suspended in order to conserve crucial phone resources, primarily battery life. This session will explain Windows Phone app lifecycle, UI controls, data storage, background tasks.
Windows Phone 8 apps development Deep Dive part 2 21-Feb-2013
In this session we will cover the core concepts of programming for Windows Phone 8 platform. How to leverage the features like Page navigation, Application Bar, Handling Page Orientation Changes, Handling Different Screen Resolutions, Localization, Windows Phone Toolkit, Page Transitions. This session will focus on the depth concepts of Windows Phone apps development. 
Optimizing apps for Windows Phone Sore 22-Feb-2013
In this session we will walk through the process of preparing your app for store submission, the submission process, and tips on how to maximize uptake and increase profit. The session will focus on Performance Analysis, app creation and configuring, Store Testing Tool, App distribution, Windows Phone Store, advertising supported apps.

 

 

 

The link to attend the meeting is displayed on the confirmation message that appears after submitting the Registration form. Please install the LiveMeeting Client prior to the Webcast.

 

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