With the launch of Windows 8 just last month, we want to make it even easier for you to create an awesome app or game. We’re partnering with retail stores across the United States to bring you a 4-week workshops series designed to help you build a great Windows Store app.
The next series event is Friday, November 9th, from 6pm-9pm, at the Microsoft Store in Tyson’s Corner, VA, with a session on app development for Windows Store apps.
This session will be presented by Microsoft Technical Evangelist Ashish Jaiman, and will include information on the types of projects supported out of the box with Visual Studio 2012, as well as information on popular app frameworks like Xamarin and appMobi. Want to know more about Ashish? Check out his blog at http://www.ashishjaiman.com/, and follow him on twitter.
Windows 8 App Development
Learn how you can use your development skills to create money-making apps that run on Windows 8 and other popular mobile platforms using popular cross platform app frameworks. By developing a cross platform code base you will makes it possible to deliver gorgeous, fast, native apps for all major platforms quickly. Bring your code and your creativity and get started building the next great app in our Hands-On-Lab.
Monetization and Store Certification
You’ve written the greatest game or the next big app. Ok what do you do now? You need to get the app in the store and start making money. This workshops will cover how to submit your app to the Windows 8 store and teach you all the different methods for making money with your apps and games on Windows 8 including free with Ads, free with in-app purchases, try and buy and paid.
Windows 8 Developer Workshops
With 630M+ licenses sold worldwide, Windows 8 represents the single biggest developer opportunity to date. Millions of developers are taking advantage of this opportunity. Will you? The Windows 8 Developer Workshops are a 4 week program where you will have an opportunity to learn about and get hands on developing apps and games for Windows 8. Bring your code and your creativity and get started today!
For any questions, please email Microsoft Technical Evangelist G. Andrew Duthie here.