Windows Development Boot Camp is a fredd one-day deep dive class on client development. The event covers developing for Windows 7, Internet Explorer 9, and Silverlight 4 out of browser. The class includes a trainer with deep real world experience presenting content, as well as a series of labs so you can write some code and practice what you just learned.
Web and cloud may be all the rage, but many developers are still doing hardcore client development. If you’re among them, this Boot Camp is for you!
“In this full-day event, we’ll explore how to maximize your impact on Windows client. Our interactive sessions will include topics from throughout Windows development platform. We’ll look at app compatibility and transitioning your apps to Win7, integrating with Windows taskbar, developing for IE9, utilizing cool functionality in the Sensors and Location Platform so that your app better responds to its current environment, leveraging the multitouch capabilities (especially in kiosk scenarios), and creating Silverlight 4 out of browser apps. This event is a unique opportunity, partnering classroom learning with hands-on-labs and leveraging experts to advise you so we can help you “win” with Win7. For the labs, please bring a laptop with this software installed,” stated Microsoft.
Here’s the schedule of upcoming events:
Jan 17, 2011 – Waukesha, WI
Jan 18, 2011 – Downers Grove, IL
Jan 19, 2011 – Indianapolis, IN
Jan 24, 2011 – Cleveland, OH
Jan 25, 2011 – Columbus, OH
Jan 27, 2011 – Cincinnati, OH
Feb 3, 2011 – Nashville, TN
Feb 7, 2011 – Southfield, MI
Feb 8, 2011 – Grand Rapids, MI
Feb 14, 2011 – Bloomington, MN
Feb 15, 2011 – St. Louis, MO
Feb 16, 2011 – Overland Park, KS
Feb 17, 2011 – Des Moines, IA
Feb 21, 2011 – Houston, TX
Feb 22, 2011 – Dallas, TX
Feb 24, 2011 – Austin, TX
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