On Demand: Windows 8 for Developers Online Camp

We presented the Windows 8 for Developers Online Camp on May 21st. You can still view this online event at:


Event Overview:

Windows 8 is here. Even if you don't plan to build Windows 8 applications immediately, you should learn what it takes to build Windows 8 applications. You'll see how Windows 8 development relates to existing development from those using Microsoft or competing technologies. You'll learn what is needed to start building, what it takes to distribute applications, and how money can be made. If you are already a developer that knows how to code in Java, C#, Objective-C, Visual Basic, or another lower-level language, then this online camp is for you.

1:00—1:05 Introduction
1:05—1:20 Build an app in 15 min
1:20—1:25 Where is MS headed compare platforms (non-code)
1:25—1:40 Compare/contrast win8 dev to android, iOS, pre-win8
1:40—2:10 What's different in building for win8 (touch, device integration, contracts)
2:10—2:25 Understanding the potential to Make Money with Windows 8
2:25—2:50 What it takes to submit an app
2:50—3:00 What help is available
3:00—3:25 Next Steps / Getting Started
3:25—? Q&A


Joseph Mayo, Independent Consultant - Mayo Software Consulting, Inc.
Greg Levenhagen, Senior Software Engineer - Skyline Technologies


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