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Building Windows 8 apps with HTML and JavaScript

  • Jun 13, 2012 · 12:00 PM
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Why would a web enthusiast care about the future of Microsoft Windows? Because the new programming model for building compelling, connected, native apps that harness the full power of the PC will allow HTML5 and JavaScript developers to use what they already know. And because the new marketplace for distributing these applications gives you a potential paying customer base of more than a billion people. In this talk, you’ll get a hands-on introduction to the next version of Windows, and see how the UI was designed to work seamlessly with a diversity of devices and form factors. We’ll cover how to build Metro-styled applications using HTML5 and JavaScript, and connect you with tons of resources so you can capitalize on this new opportunity that brings your web skills to the next level.
Glen is a Developer Evangelist with Microsoft. He works with communities of developers in the southeast, bringing them the resources they need to be successful using Microsoft technologies. Prior to joining Microsoft in 2003, Glen worked as an enterprise consultant, and prior to that, as a software trainer. Glen’s current passion is helping people build the next big thing. You can keep up with Glen via his blog at or follow him on twitter @glengordon


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  • Darius C.

    got a chance to learn some new and interesting things

    June 19, 2012

  • Roy S.

    Great presentation. He makes it sound so easy.

    June 14, 2012

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