Last October, Microsoft Technical Evangelists Jeremy Foster and Michael Palermo delivered two of the most popular Jump Starts ever produced. These accelerated courses were aimed at experienced developers interested in taking the first two exams in the MCSD: Windows Store Apps using HTML5 track (70-480 & 70-481). Both recordings are posted to MVA where they have created quite a buzz! Now Jeremy and Michael are back!
This fast-paced Jump Start dives deeper into advanced programming skills and techniques required to optimize Windows Store apps, so your apps stand out from others in the Windows Store. We’ll combine both design and development skills, and you’ll learn about supporting apps you’ve published to the Windows Store. This course is designed for experienced developers who are mostly prepared for Exam 70-482, but interested in an accelerated course on the topics.
Date: February 28, 2013Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm PSTWhere: Live, online virtual classroom Cost: FREE!
What’s a “Jump Start” Course? Training specifically designed for experienced technologists whose jobs demand they know how to best leverage new, emerging Microsoft technologies. These advanced courses assume a certain level of expertise and domain knowledge, so they move quickly and cover topics in a fashion that enables teams to effectively map new skills to real-world situations.
Does anybody know, if this jump start will appear in MVA and after how long from the original air date?
As it will be starting at 3AM Australia time (which is not a problem) but there is something else running from 9AM-12PM which will be a problem for me, as I may miss the last 3 hours of the online jump start...
Good question, Deepak. Glad you're planning to attend--Jeremy and Michael will be fantastic once again. Typically we get the course into MVA ~5-6 business days after the event. See you online!
Thanks Frank for the prompt reply. Am looking forward to it, it will be quite a battle pulling away from it in the last 3 hours,
but i will be keeping a look out in MVA... to complete it.