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  • Blog Post: What’s new in Visual Studio 2013 for Windows 8.1 developers?

    Visual studio 2013 came with amazing changes to developers. Some could be counted for Windows 8.1 and others could be counted for visual studio 2013. These improvements were mainly focused around how to help our developers build better apps and have a better development experience. I’ll be trying...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8.1 small changes huge difference

    I borrowed the title from this Gizmodo article that was written before the windows 8.1 lunch and was talking about the changes for the normal user. But in this post I’m going to be targeting developers and I'll make a series of posts featuring each category of changes by its own. I'll be mainly focusing...
  • Blog Post: Rencontrez Chervine Bhiwoo

    On a fait la connaissance de Chervine lors d'un atelier, quand il s'est mis en avant comme chef d'équipe de 3 développeurs. Il les a soutenu et coacher afin qu’ils puissent acquérir les connaissances et les techniques nécessaires les permettant de développer des...
  • Blog Post: Pitching ALM in the Cloud at Microsoft App Star Launch

    4Afrika App Stars is a Microsoft reward program for developers. We are looking to equip a special group of developers with the world-class technical skills needed to build highly relevant, immersive applications and cloud-based solutions. We had our first training in Nairobi last week where I got the...
  • Blog Post: AppStars Event Kenya

    This was the Kick start of the Appstars Initiative where we met the MSPs, Champs and Community influencers. It was really a great experience with a lot of passion in the air. The main objectives of that event was to enable the community and get them on the latest Microsoft technology. While introducing...
  • Blog Post: Uganda .NET Usergroup : ALM using Visual Studio and Team Foundation Service

    The .NET Usergroup members met here in Uganda at Outbox for the talk from James Makumbi . The meeting focused on Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and using Visual Studio and Team Foundation Service . James gave a detailed walkthrough from storyboarding, user stories, builds, testing and source...
  • Blog Post: Rencontrez l'héro de Juillet: Holty SOW

    À la sortie du Windows Phone, Holty SOW s’est offert un à lui-même, quand il n’a pas trouvé « Awalé », un de ses jeux préféré, sur le Windows Phone Store, il a décidé de le développer lui-même !...
  • Blog Post: Interview with Sasha Winston the TwinkleMap Developer

    1. Could you please tell us a bit about yourself and your background? My name is Sasha Winston-Onyiah. I have a degree in Electrical Engineering. I love watching movies. When I’m not writing code, that’s the next best thing I like to do. I blog too occasionally 2. How the idea of...
  • Blog Post: The new Windows Dev Center

    If you haven’t visited the Windows Dev Center before, I advice you to do it now as it’s like a one stop shop containing information and best practices about how to design your app, how to build windows 8 applications with different coding languages, how to monetize your app and some success...
  • Blog Post: Interview with The Developer Akinwale Ariwodola (Windows 8 Apps)

    Interview Questions Could you please tell us a bit about yourself and your background? I’m a 26 year old from the southwest of Nigeria who’s had a passion for computers since the age of 4. I’ve always enjoyed programming and video games, as well as good books and...
  • Blog Post: Interview With Allan Rwakatungu.

    1. Could you please tell us a bit about yourself and your background? My name is Allan Rwakatungu. I am founder of intelworld which is a software solutions company – we are focused on enabling all types of businesses to accept mobile payments. I have a background in telecom...
  • Blog Post: Building a shared core between Windows 8 & Windows Phone 8

    So a week ago I was a building an application that was planned to be running on both windows 8 and windows phone 8 and since both of them are running on the same logic and both of them was written in C# and XAML it should be very easy. So after 2 days, I faced 2 problems with my approach: That...
  • Blog Post: Get started on Windows Azure Mobile Services for Windows Store, Windows Phone, iOS and Android apps

    Furthering Windows Azure commitment to open source development, Microsoft announced http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/home/scenarios/mobile-services/ that developers can begin using Windows Azure Mobile Services to develop native Android applications. Mobile Services makes it easy for developers to add...
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