This week we shared resources and tips for developing Windows 8 apps. Here is a collection of the resources and links we shared to help you build your developer skills. We hosted a Twitter chat with Microsoft Developer and Tech Evangelists, shared advice from a student developer and more. We’ve included the full list of resources below for your reference. If you have additional questions about developing apps for Windows 8, please leave us a comment or contact us on Facebook or on Twitter at @MS_Student.
Yesterday, we hosted a chat on Twitter featuring Windows 8 developer evangelists Andrew Parsons and Dion Hutchings along with Windows Phone tech evangelist Kiran Balijepalli. Thanks for participating and asking questions about developing Windows Store apps with Windows 8. Be sure to go through the conversation that we have recapped below and don’t forget to check out the Windows 8 Getting Started Guide and start developing apps today!
Lionel Camacho is a student developer from the University of Pretoria in South Africa. In January he told us how he got interested in developing. For Windows 8 app development week we asked Lionel how he learned to develop on Windows 8 and to share his tips for other students hoping to learn.
With Wednesday’s Windows 8 App Development Twitter Chat quickly approaching we wanted to take the time to introduce you to our hosts. We’re excited to welcome Windows 8 developer evangelists Andrew Parsons and Dion Hutchings along with Windows Phone tech evangelist Kiran Balijepalli. We asked each of them to share a bit about their love of Windows 8, their role at Microsoft and what super power they would want.
Get to know Andrew, Dion and Kiran, then join us for the Windows 8 App Development Twitter chat on Wednesday, March 27 at 9AM PDT. RSVP to the event here.