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During the Build 2015 keynote (https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2015/KEY01), Terry Myerson (https://twitter.com/tmyerson) boldly announced that Windows 10 will be running on 1 billion devices (https://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/07/02/windows-10-preparing-to-upgrade-one-billion-devices/) within the next 2 to 3 years. In the first month since its release, Windows 10 was installed on over 75 million devices (http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/08/26/windows-10-now-on-75-million-devices/), and those numbers continue to grow daily. The developer opportunity has never been greater than it is today!
Join us on Saturday, November 14th for a full day, hands-on Windows 10 developer camp where you will learn how to build Windows apps that run across a multitude of devices, and how to publish your app in the Windows Store.
Prerequisite : In order to participate in the workshop, you will need to bring your own laptop with the following already installed:
1. Windows 10 (http://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/windows/windows-10-upgrade)
2. Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition or higher (https://www.visualstudio.com/?Wt.mc_id=DX_MVP5000647)
Room: Meeting Rooms D+E
9:15am - Doors open, Contintental breakfast/coffee
9:30am - Session Start (combination of presentation and hands-on labs)
12:30pm - Lunch break - food/refreshments served
1:30pm - Session resumes (combination of presentation and hands-on labs)
4:30pm - Dev camp closing/wrap up
Parking options around the Central Library can be found here: http://www.kpl.org/locations/central/parking.html .
Atley Hunter (http://www.atleyhunter.com/) is a passionate developer with over 20 years’ experience. As one of the most prolific Modern UI developers in the world, he has hundreds of unique apps in the running on millions of Windows devices worldwide. A Microsoft Windows Platform MVP, and Telerik MVP & Insider, he is always happy to work with developers worldwide to improve both skills and the platforms themselves. Atley is always sharing his knowledge and connecting with developers through events, his blog, email ( [masked] ), Twitter (@atleyhunter (https://twitter.com/atleyhunter)), Skype (Atley.Hunter) and LinkedIn.
Lori Lalonde (https://twitter.com/loriblalonde) is an Apress author, consultant, blogger, international conference speaker, Xamarin Certified Developer and Microsoft MVP. She began her career in software in 1997 and hasn't looked back since. Her experience spans numerous industries and a variety of technologies, with the past decade focused on the Microsoft .NET platform. Lori is actively involved in the local community, serves as the President of Canada's Technology Triangle .NET User Group, and participates in local area technology groups. Whether mentoring junior colleagues or writing about her experiences in the IT industry on her blog, she is always happy to share her knowledge with the greater community. You can follow Lori on Twitter @loriblalonde (https://twitter.com/loriblalonde), and check out her blog at solola.ca (http://www.solola.ca).
Andrei Marukovich (http://lunarfrog.com/blog) is a Team Lead at SCIEX and a Microsoft Windows Platform MVP. He has been developing software professionally for over 15 years and during this time he has designed and developed applications in such diverse areas as robotics, semiconductor device fabrication, game development and Web solutions. In his current position, Andrei leads development of software for life science applications. He blogs at http://lunarfrog.com/blog and can be found on Twitter at @amarukovich (https://twitter.com/amarukovich).