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Introducing Microsoft Surface Design and Development Training

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We invite you to participate in the new Microsoft Surface Design and Development Training.  This online course begins with an introduction to the Microsoft Surface platform and its unique attributes – including its vision (camera) based massive multi-touch input, 360° multiuser interface, and physical object recognition.  The subsequent training modules include detailed videos, how-to information, reference materials, and step-by-step hands-on labs. Topics include the Surface SDK, WPF controls, user experience guidelines, the Surface shell, simulator, hardware and more.

 

These nine course modules include the topics discussed in classroom training, with the benefit of greater convenience.  In addition to being a great starting point for those new to Surface development, it is also a good refresher for those with more experience.  If you have completed either form of Surface training you can return to these online modules at any time to immediately review the information you require.

 

 

Thank you for your interest in Surface development training and your participation as a member of the Microsoft Surface development community.  Please use the link below to access Microsoft Surface Design and Development Training:

 

http://www.microsoft.com/surface/en/us/Pages/Technical/Training.aspx

 

  • Thanks for sharing, I'm feeling interest in this online course. I think I'll contact with you soon. Regards.

  • Thanks for sharing, I'm feeling interest in this online course. I think I'll contact with you soon. Regards.

  • I you're french, this web site can help you to develop on surface :

    sites.google.com/site/msurfacept/

  • My internet connection kinda sux. Why in the world did you not provide the training material to be viewed offline?

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