Office Developer Webinar Series


Office Developer LogoI'm delivering a series of Office Developer webinars over the next 10 weeks

The Microsoft Office platform is a developer's secret weapon and, according to CEO Satya Nadella, Microsoft's "most strategic developer surface area". You should build solutions and add-ins that take advantage of the immense reach and power of the Office clients and Office 365 services. Join Microsoft Senior Technical Evangelist Andrew Coates and the occasional guest speaker in this series of webinars that will take you from novice to expert in Office Development in 10 weeks.

Webinar Topics

Running each Wednesday morning at 11am Sydney time (UTC+11), topics to be covered include

Date Topic Recording
(when available)
20 Jan 16 Overview of Office365 Development Recording
27 Jan 16 Getting started with the Office365 APIs Recording
03 Feb 16 Partnering with Microsoft building Office Solutions (Johann Kruse) Recording
04 Feb 16
THURSDAY
Getting started with Office Add-ins Recording
10 Feb 16 Introduction to Identity with Azure AD and the Office365 APIs Recording
17 Feb 16 Deep Dive into the Microsoft Graph Recording
24 Feb 16 Deep Dive into Office Add-Ins with Word and Excel Recording
02 Mar 16 Creating Client Side Only Apps with Angular, ADAL and Office 365 APIs Recording
09 Mar 16 Deep Dive into the Office 365 APIs for OneNote services Recording
16 Mar 16 Getting Apps Submitted and Approved for the Office Store POSTPONED  
23 Mar 16 Deep Dive into Mobile development with Office365 and Xamarin or Cordova Recording
30 Mar 16 Getting Apps Submitted and Approved for the Office Store Recording

Join the webinar each week on this link

Download the series to your calendar*

Hackathon

Finally, in both Sydney and Melbourne we will run an in-person hackathon in early April where you'll be able to put your newfound skills to good use. We'll have experts on hand over two days to help you get a solution or Add-In up and running. More details about this as they are developed.


* I used the app at http://apps.marudot.com/ical/ to generate this iCal file - pretty neat.


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