Dr. Doris Chen's Blog

Dr. Doris Chen is a Developer Evangelist at Microsoft for the Western region of the United States. http://twitter.com/doristchen

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  • Blog Post: Develop Universal App that runs across Windows, Windows Phone and FirefoxOS

    With this release of the Windows developer platform of universal Windows apps , Microsoft sets out to accomplish three major goals: 1) Reach customers across phones, tablets, and PCs; 2) Deliver innovation that supports developer investments; 3) Make cross-platform technology easier and more capable...
  • Blog Post: Tutorials: How to Build and Port Unity Games to Windows Store and Windows Phone?

    This post is part of 3 week series giving current and aspiring game devs the tools, resources, and advice they need to get started building for Windows. Check out the overview of the series to find what you need. For additional resources to build your app check out AppBuilder . Microsoft is bringing...
  • Blog Post: 1 Day Free Workshop For College Students: Get $100 for Every Wins 8 App

      Quick! Who is interested in earning a quick $100 PLUS free pizza, tutorials, games, Give away and prizes! You can earn a $100 for each Windows app you publish. (and up to $1500 !!) Sign up our Windows 8 App Madness Workshop either at south bay or east bay (Space is limited) Friday, March 15rd...
  • Blog Post: Get Ready for HTML5 Windows 8 Camp and Hakathon

    Get started with Windows 8 development.  This is the instruction for your machine and hands on labs setup. Instruction for Machine Setup: System Requirements: Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit) Hard disk space: 16 GB (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit) Graphics...
  • Blog Post: Using Blend to Design HTML5 Windows 8 Application (Part III): Style Game Board, Cards, Support Different Device, View States

    In part I, Using Blend to Design HTML5 Windows 8 Application (Part I) , it helps you to get start with. In part II, Using Blend to Design HTML5 Windows 8 Application (Part II): Style, Layout and Grid , I have demonstrated how to create styles, how to develop a flexible grid layout and how to fill, position...
  • Blog Post: Using Blend to Design HTML5 Windows 8 Application (Part II): Style, Layout and Grid

    In the previous blog, Using Blend to Design HTML5 Windows 8 Application (Part I) , it helps you to get start with, in the next few blogs, I am going to show you step by step how now to you can created a lightweight, dynamic version of the memory game in Blend. Many thanks for Christian Schormann , Josh...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8 Cheat Sheet: Get Started Easily!

          Windows 8 RTM and Development tools released for a month now and many of you have installed and played with it.  I am getting some common questions from time to time so I think it’s a good idea to share with you some useful information to help you get started with quickly. Hardware...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 Free Training are Coming to Your City Now!

    Many of you have asked me if we will have more HTML5 WebCamps in west region.  Now I have some good news for you: HTML5 WebCamp training are available in west region NOW!  HTML5 WebCamps are Free of charge.  Space is limited. REGISTER NOW! HTML5 WebCamps are part of our DevCamps(see below...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 WebCamp Lab Setup Instruction

    HTML5 WebCamp is coming up soon. It’s time to setup all the software on your laptop and get ready for a successful WebCamp.    Get Prepared! STEP1: Install Following Software on your machine Browsers Internet Explore 9 Mozilla Firefox or Opera WebMatrix Go to WebMatrix Download Click the green...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Free HTML5 Training: Register Today!

    We just had a very successful HTML5 WebCamp in Irvine, CA last month.  I know we can’t accommodate everybody because of the room capacity.  Now, the good news is we are going to offer another Free HTML5 WebCamp in Los Angeles area.  See more detail and Registration below.  Note, space...
  • Blog Post: A Successful HTML5 WebCamp in Colorado Springs

    Thank for all of you who attended our HTML5 WebCamp on June 10th in Colorado Springs, CO, especially many thanks for those of you drove hours to our event. Many thanks to our excellent volunteer based proctor team from multiple local developer community– great job, we won’t be able to execute such a...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 WebCamp| Presentation, Demo Code, Resources Available | Download

    Per your request, I am posting all the presentation, demo, labs and resources here so you keep it as a reference and share with your colleagues and friends. I will use the agenda as a map to post the content: Agenda: 8:30 – 8:45 AM Introduction (15 minutes) (Doris) Presentation 8:45 – 9: 15 AM Introduction...
  • Blog Post: Get Prepared! 1 Day HTML5 WebCamp Software and Labs Available to Download

    1 Day HTML5 WebCamp is coming up soon.  It’s time to setup all the software on your laptop for a successful WebCamp. Get Prepared! STEP1: Install Software you need on your machine Browsers Internet Explore 9 Mozilla Firefox or Opera WebMatrix Go to  WebMatrix Download Click the green button...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 and Web Development WebCamp Training Available to Download |Free Presentation, Demo, and Labs

            Thank for all of you attended our Anchor WebCamp on HTML5 and WebMatrix on May 20-21 in Mountain View Microsoft Campus.  We had about 300 attended day 1 lecture and about 100 attended day 2 labs.  We have received a lot of feedback and questions from you. I want...
  • Blog Post: Join us at WebVisions Conference Next Week

        Join us at WebVisions: Explore the Future of the Web conference May 25-27 at the Oregon Convention Center with 1000+ developers and designers.  WebVisions explores the future of design, content creation, user experience and business strategy to uncover the trends and agents of change...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft and Nokia Announce Broad Strategic Partnership on Windows Phone

      Great news!  Nokia and Microsoft today announced plans to form a broad strategic partnership that would use their complementary strengths and expertise to create a new global mobile ecosystem. Here are some highlights from the announcement: · Nokia will adopt Windows Phone as its primary...
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