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Register for Microsoft’s “Topline: Windows 8 App” Workshop for Faculty

Register now for this two-day workshop which is designed to give higher-education faculty from a broad spectrum of disciplines a jump-start in adopting Windows 8 app development and Windows Phone development into the curriculum. The content covered is applicable to a variety of teaching scenarious including: introductory programming, web development, HCI, senior project/capstone, and stand-alone elective courses.

The content covered will include and extend our official design curriculum available on Faculty Connection and will also cover additional content intended for those wanting to “go pro” and publish apps in market.

The content is arranged so that if you are schedule-constrained and can only attend one of the days, that each day stands alone and will be useful and complete no matter which day you are able to attend. The first day tends towards more introductory material, and the second day towards content that will get more technically rigorous as the day progresses. Register now for this free two-day workshop.

The two-day program (Note: subject to change) is:

Day One

8:00am – 8:30am Gather/Continental Breakfast

  • Windows UI Design Principals
  • Windows Store, App Certification, and App Ecosystem
  • Introduction to Visual Studio 2012

12:00pm – 12:30pm Lunch (provided)

  • Intro to HTML 5/CSS Win 8 apps
  • HTML 5 App Hands-on Lab
  • Intro to Windows Phone

5pm – Day One Wrap-Up

Day Two

8:00am – 8:30am Gather/Continental Breakfast

  • Intro to Expression Blend
  • Windows Phone Hands-on Lab
  • Intro to XML and C#
  • XML/C# App Hands-on Lab

12:00pm – 12:30pm Lunch (provided)

  • XML/C# Hands-on Lab (cont’d)
  • Intro to C++ app development
  • Creating a start-up with Apps and BizSpark
  • Helping your students win up to $100K with the Imagine Cup

5:00pm – Day Two Wrap-up

Location:
Microsoft Redmond Campus
Studio F
3900 148th Ave NE
Redmond, WA
98052, United States

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