THIS IS IT! The last of our series… If you have already attended or don’t need to attend because you are already deep into coding… THEN please share this blog entry with your peers and development circle of influence!
SESSONS I: FAST TRACK YOUR FIRST APP
By attending you’ll be exposed to the basics of creating a Windows Phone App and deploying to the Marketplace. As an attendee, you will be given some time during the session to use what you’ve learned to develop your own apps which access freely-available Public Sector data. The presenter along with resources from Microsoft and ComponentOne will be available to support you along the way.
SESSIONS II: GIVE YOUR APP SOME POP
Enhance the look and functionality of your existing Windows Phone app (or one created in the Fast Track Your First App session) by leveraging capabilities specific to the Windows Phone API and by using advanced UI controls. You’ll get a feel for Microsoft’s Expression Blend design tools too. As an attendee, you will be given some time during the session to use what you’ve learned in order to make improvements to your apps. The presenter along with resources from Microsoft and ComponentOne will be available to support you along the way.
See Notice to all Public Sector Employees below
- Attendees will be entered into a raffle for a Nokia 800
- Attendees will receive a license from ComponentOne for their Studio for Windows Phone
- Build and publish a Public Sector App and you will received a Nokia 800 or Samsung Focus to test your apps
- This are resources available to you in preparation for the webcast
- Share this blog and tweet about the event so we can get maximum attendance
Notice to all Public Sector Employees: Due to government gift and ethics laws and Microsoft policy, government employees (including military and employees of public education institutions) are not eligible to participate in any give-away that may be associated with this program. Further information on Microsoft compliance with U.S. government gift and ethics rules can be found here.