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Jerry Nixon On Windows: Ready To Learn XAML
- Daren May and I teach the basics of Windows 8 XAML in a Jump Start course for Microsoft Virtual Academy (Recorded May 2013)
- If you are learning XAML, come learn with us in this free, all-day course (now available on demand)
- We have a lot of fun in these courses…
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Jerry Nixon On Windows: Ready To Learn
- I’m back with my buddy Daren May to develop a Universal App on the Windows platform using X# and XAML.Yep
- It’s how to deal with the problems you might hit; it’s how to use Prism MVVM for Store Apps, and strategies for implementing common scenarios like Security, Notifications, Local data, Code generation, telemetry, and more
- (01) Building Universal Windows Apps - Part 1
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Jerry Nixon On Windows: Training Resources For Native C++
Looking for a great set of C++ resources out there? There is an increasing focus on native programming on our client stack, especially with gaming and high fidelity graphics being super important.
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Jerry Nixon On Windows: 2014
- Daren May and I are back to walk through the core C# and XAML concepts of Windows Store development, in our Microsoft Virtual Academy courses on the subject, refreshed from Windows 8.0 to Windows 8.1
- Sit back and relax for nearly 16 hours of free developer training.
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Jerry Nixon On Windows: BizSpark
Your MSDN subscription also includes Windows and Windows Phone developer accounts, priority support in MSDN forums, Microsoft e-learning courses, MSDN Magazine, and a whopping $150/month credits in Windows Azure – our cloud service for storage, compute, and hosting.
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Jerry Nixon On Windows: February 2014
On Tuesday February 11th, Microsoft announced the launch of Microsoft YouthSpark Challenge for Change, a contest from Microsoft YouthSpark – in partnership with Windows, Office, Surface, Microsoft Stores, Brand Studios and Corporate Communications – that invites youth aged 18-25 around the world to share their ideas for a social good project that could spark change in their communities
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Jerry Nixon On Windows: May 2013
- Sometimes, even the best developers make mistakes; the best testers miss certain cases
- Sometimes, it’s users like you that find those bugs or those missed features to make things better.
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Daren May and I are back to walk through the core C# and XAML concepts of Windows Store development, in our Microsoft Virtual Academy courses on the subject, refreshed from Windows 8.0 to Windows 8.1. Sit back and relax for nearly 16 hours of free developer training. Windows Store App Development Essentials
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