Brian H. Madsen
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Upcoming event – Top 10 Features developers love with Jeremy Likness

June 20th 2012 in LIDNUG, Windows 8  

In less than 24hrs we’ll have our first session focused on Windows 8 and we probably couldn’t be in better hands than with Jeremy Likness.

Jeremy has presented for LIDNUG before and it was one of those sessions where you seriously didn’t want to leave your desk for any reason, just so you didn’t miss anything. Tomorrow’s event promises to be even better!

What i think is cool is that Jeremy will being doing all the demos from a slate, running Windows 8 of course. We did a dry-run today and it worked a treat. Pretty gutsy of Jeremy tho…

So, what are you waiting for? Register here: http://lidnug-wintellect1.eventbrite.com/
Wednesday, June 20, 2012 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM (ET).

As if the session isn’t enough, here’s another piece of information. Wintellect is giving away a $499 virtual training course.
Partner offer from Wintellect: Attend and you will be entered to win a Wintellect virtual training course (http://bit.ly/Pnafbx $499 value). The winner will be announced during the webinar. *You must be present to win. Partner offer from Syncfusion: Get more than 600 Metro-style icons for FREE! Download Syncfusion Metro Studio—a collection of Metro-style icon templates that can be easily customized using an intuitive customization tool to create thousands of unique icons. Download now! ( http://bit.ly/LCl2LB )

Very much looking forward to this event as I attended a full day of geeky goodness, here in Australia, this weekend, on exactly this topic – well, Windows 8 development anyways.



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We had a great session last night (couldn’t attend due to the storm that hit us..Cat 3 apparently – we all blame my fellow colleague MA for bringing the british weather to Perth).

Anyways, enough of blaming poor MA, what we have here is a brilliant session that’s probably going to surprise some people.

httpv://youtu.be/Xlp4P8pVsY4

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