New Jump Start for Developing Windows 8 Apps with HTML, CSS & JavaScript (70-480 & 70-481)

Microsoft’s learning and Developer Platform Evangelism team is providing an exciting learning opportunities for the developers to learn develop Windows 8 Apps and prepare for the MCTS (Microsoft Certification) 70-480 and 70-481.

“This Jump Start is tailored for Application Developers looking to take the fast track to building apps for the new Windows 8 platform!”

Jeremy Foster and Michael Palermo, Microsoft Technical Evangelists will be leveraging the popular “Jump Start” virtual classroom approach to engaging, expert-led, and demo-rich team-teaching.

The New Jump Start for Developers! Develop Windows 8 Apps / Prep for 70-480 & 70-481! is a Live and online virtual classroom session and will be held from October 10 – 11 , 2012 from 9.00 am – 4.00 pm (PST) and is targeted for the Application Developers with experience developing apps for touch enabled interface or platform .

Various modules like HTML5 Semantic Structure , CSS3 Selectors and Style Properties , Advanced Layout and Animation , JavaScript Core Capabilities , DOM Interactions , Advanced Topics , Designing a Windows 8 App , Working with Contracts , UI and Controls , Interactions , Data Access , Authentication and Authorization are expected to be completed during the session.

You can register for the New Jump Start for Developers! Develop Windows 8 Apps / Prep for 70-480 & 70-481! Here.

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