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Introduction to WinJS & Windows UI Apps

Before you start building applications for the Windows Store using WinJS, there are some important areas that you need to know about to ensure a successful app.  In this talk, you’ll learn what considerations you should take when building Windows RT apps, what frameworks and toolkits are available to you, and 10 areas that you should think about when designing and building your next WinJS application.

Speaker: Jason Beres, VP of Product Management, Community & Evangelism

Jason Beres spearheads customer-driven, innovative features and functionality throughout all of Infragistics' products. Jason is a Microsoft .NET MVP, INETA Speakers Bureau member, and previous INETA board member and chairman of INETA’s Academic Committee.  Jason is one of the founders of Florida .NET User Groups, he is the founder of the Central New Jersey .NET User Group, and he is in his 10th straight year as a Microsoft MVP.  Jason is the author of several books on .NET development, covering topics like SQL Server, C#, Visual Basic .NET and most recently Silverlight development.  Jason is a national and international conference speaker and keeps very active in the .NET community.



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  • JRC

    Learned all about WinJS from slides on an iPad.
    Steve Jobs is laughing (or turning) in his grave.

    December 14, 2012

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