To celebrate the release of Jeffrey Richter and Maarten van de Bospoort’s new book Windows Runtime via C#, Microsoft Press and Wintellect have teamed up to offer a complimentary chapter and free access to one of Jeffrey Richter’s WintellectNOW on-demand training sessions.
You will enjoy free access to chapter three, which covers Process Model. This chapter delves into a Windows Store app’s process model and looks specifically at the various ways an app gets activated as well as how it uses threads and windows.
In addition, WintellectNOW is making Jeffrey’s Performing I/O Bound Asynchronous Operations free for one month. This session is an hour and thirty minutes in duration and provides concepts that apply to Windows Store apps.
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If you enjoy this WintellectNOW video you can also enjoy 14-days of free access to the entire library. Dive deeper into the principals Jeffrey and Maarten outline in the book with these additional courses covering Generics and Garbage Collection. These sessions are core C#/.NET concepts that all C# developers must know and understand thoroughly in order to effectively and efficiently build Windows Store apps.
With every annual WintellectNOW subscription purchased between November 20- December 31, 2013, you will receive instructions to access a free copy of the full ebook of Windows Runtime via C# from the official distributor of Microsoft Press books, O’Reilly Media.