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Following the announcement of Windows Store App Labs, we’re excited to announce a joint Hackathon with Facebook that will take place on November 30th at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park, CA. Developers, designers and entrepreneurs are all invited. Join members of the Facebook and Windows engineering teams to learn what it takes to build great Windows 8 apps that integrate with Facebook. Engineers from both companies will be on hand to support you as you explore what's possible using the Windows 8 SDK and Facebook API’s.
App builders can find more information, agenda and registration details on the event page.
Get ready to become immersed in the power of Visual Studio 2012. The .NET Rocks! Team of Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell are on the road bringing you presentations focused on building modern applications on the Windows platform for both client-side and server-side technology. At each stop, they will also record a live .NET Rocks! Show with a guest star that will be flown in for the occasion. Plus, you’ll learn about an exciting initiative to develop a Humanitarian Disaster Response Toolkit. Events are FREE, and include food, drink, and geeking out. Come join us!
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Join the Big Nerd Ranch and Microsoft for this free, two-day training designed to jumpstart your Windows Store app development. You will learn the ins-and-outs of the Windows platform from iOS developers who are now building Windows apps. Sessions will follow a low-key, interactive format where iOS terms and concepts will be mapped to Windows alternates. You will also get hands-on time to apply what you’ve learned.
Times need to be finalized, but we’ll cover the following topics in sessions that are 30 to 60 minutes long:
To secure your seat in this event, please register at http://aka.ms/iostowindowscamp
If you can’t attend in person, watch the live stream of the event at http://channel9.msdn.com. You do not have to register for the live stream; just point your browser to Channel 9 or to our registration site on the day of the event.
Any iOS developer will benefit from this training, but we will focus more on those apps that are not games. For this event, there will be no deep game/graphics coverage (no OpenGL ES to DirectX deep-dives).
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