Watch the Windows 10 Developer Readiness – Powered by MVPs global webcast series to learn how to build an app or bring an existing App to the *NEW* Universal Windows Platform!
This webcast is part of a global series provided by the MVP Award Program for developers. Our goal is to bring you the latest opportunities in developing for the Windows Platform, and to bring you closer to the Microsoft MVPs from your region.
By joining this webcast you will be able to:
Learn about the *NEW* Universal Windows Platform for apps and web developers.
Microsoft Cognitive Services enable the power of machine-based AI with just a few lines of code. In this demo Mickey "ScruffyFurn" MacDonald, shows how simple it is to create an app that can plug into these powerful algorithms. Through a live coded example, he will provide step by step instructions on getting started with the Emotion API to detect emotions on faces in photos and videos. Join and learn how to put intelligence APIs to work for you.
In Visual Studio 2013 and Blend for Visual Studio 2013, we have added a lot of highly anticipated productivity features for building XAML apps. In this video, you’ll see how the new XAML editor features in Visual Studio, and the new design features in both Visual Studio and Blend, enable you to build richer apps, with higher productivity.
In this report, we shall consider a new component in Azure—Azure Resource Manager—which allows you to work with your application as a whole, rather than as a collection of disparate services and components. In addition, Azure Resource Manager allows tagging of resources and performs automatic application deployment in a development or test environment, as well as provides for dependency tracking for settings and resources in these environments.