TOMORROW on TechDays TV: Double Header– Windows Phone and .NET 4.5

I hope you’ve taken some time out this weekend to relax and enjoy the beautiful weather. Having said that though, Tuesday is back to work for most of us, but just because you’ve had an extra day off, it doesn’t mean that there isn’t something new to learn. This week it’s a double header, with two back to back sessions on TechDays TV.

Tomorrow at 12:00 PM ET on TechDays TV:


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WIN280 – Metro (Windows 8 + Mobile) – Part 2          
Atley Hunter
Continuation of previous session          

The Metro interface has the potential to change how a lot of people use computers. You've already seen a little of it in the Windows Phone. More if you have downloaded the Windows 8 consumer preview. In this session, we will demonstrate how the power exposed by Metro (through live tiles, push notifications, immersive user experiences, etc.) can be harnessed to provide a usable and intuitive application.

DEV281 – Visual Studio 11 and .NET 4.5           
Colin Bowern
Recorded Live at ObjectSharp’s At The Movies 2012

We're still a few months away from its release, but the beta version of Visual Studio 11 and .NET 4.5 is available and with a Go-Live license too. With Visual Studio, reduction and simplification are the keywords. For .NET, assistance with parallelism this session is the big topic. Between these and other topics, the tools that will make your development life easier are covered.

TechDays TV brings you live TechDays sessions on the very latest in technical training topics. Developer-focused episodes are featured every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. These sessions are LIVE - watch the session, ask questions, and have them answered by the expert presenters. Sessions will then be available on-demand on TechDays Online after the live presentation.

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See you online tomorrow!

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