Brian H. Madsen
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Free 2-day Windows Phone 8 workshops in Perth, 7-8 Dec

November 27th 2012 in Perth Dev, Windows Phone 8
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Windows Phone 8



Most have undoubtly heard about Windows Phone 8 and seen some of the awesome handsets that’s being released (one of them, the Nokia Lumia 920 is my current favorite).

With Windows Phone 8 there’s also been a huge range of new features released, such as native C++ support for game developers, NFC, in-app purchasing, wallet and much much more (see here for the Windows Phone 8 Developer Highlights).

How do you then get some hands-on training under your belt? It’s so new that there’s still not many around offering training and that leaves you at a disadvantage…or does it? Nopes – there’s now an opportunity for you to attend a free 2-day Windows Phone 8 developer workshop in Perth. Two days packed full of Windows Phone 8 goodness!

The two days run on the 7th and 8th of December, 2012 (yay, just in time for the chrissy holidays where you’ll have plenty of time to get your hands even more dirty, crunching some awesome code) and they’re free…..

My good friend, Nick Randolph (from Built To Roam) is running the 2 days and it’s great to see him head back to Perth once again. Nick is probably one of the biggest names in Mobile development in Australia and if you’ve ever had the pleasure of attending any of his mobile presentations you’d be aware of the quality you’ll be exposed to.

So what are you waiting for, click here to register.



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