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Friday, May 9th: Virtual Lab: Building Windows Phone and Windows apps with Microsoft App Studio hosted by MTC Philadelphia 
Imagine being able to build a rich interactive application for Windows Phones AND for Windows PC's and tablets. Now picture being able to do so without writing a single line of code.
Join Microsoft's Jason Piccola and Michael Gannotti in this hands on, online virtual lab - "Building Windows Phone and Windows apps with Microsoft App Studio" webcast. Attendees will be provided all the files and resources needed to complete their first application. Then they will be walked through the building and publishing of their application. Along the way attendees will gain the knowledge and skills needed to create rich applications that can run on both the Windows Phone platform as well as on Windows PC's and tablets. During the hands on lab attendees will also be able to ask the presenters questions, all from the comfort of their own desk. So sign up, pack a lunch, and get ready for an interactive session sure to please and educate.

  • When: May 9th
  • Time 11:00am - 12:30pm Eastern
  • Where: http://www.phillymtc.com/SitePages/MTCiTV.aspx
  • Target Audience: Anyone with a desire to learn how to build a no code application for thier business, community group, website, etc. This session is for everyone.
  • Requirements: PC Windows 7 and above (ideally one to watch and one to build. Or perhaps set up a conference room at your location and project the session on screen and let attendees work on their own)
  • Agenda:
    • Introductions
    • Download and preparing the resources for lab
    • Step by step building first application
    • Generate application
    • Install application
    • Q&A
    • Next Steps

Friday, May 23rd: Virtual Lab: Building a line of business application with Microsoft Project Siena
Learn how to build a rich line of business application for Windows 8 without writing code. Microsoft's Jason Piccola and Michael Gannotti will walk you through, step by step, the building of your first app. Online attendees will need a PC to view the webcast as well as a Windows 8 machine to build and test their application. The webcast will be held Friday, May 23rd from 11:00am-12:30pm Eastern. For more information, please visit this site.