My talk about Windows 8

A while back I did a talk on Windows 8, learning students how to develop apps for this new version of Windows. Back then I promised to make the samples and the slide deck available to you somewhere on the interwebs. It's been a busy period with hospitals, doctors, work and the lot, so I haven't gotten around to posting the samples.<!--more--> So here's as promised, the sample and the slide deck :) <ul> <li><a href="https://www.dropbox.com/s/b5pg7jyk6wn3hyv/Workshop%20Windows%208.pdf?v=1mci" target="_blank">The slidedeck</a></li> <li><a href="https://www.dropbox.com/s/6pxrbmtw8ipi7dv/Demos.zip?v=1mci" target="_blank">The samples</a></li> </ul>

TechDays 2012 session video is online

Microsoft finished processing the video for our mobile sessions a few days back. You can watch it either here or on their website. They did a pretty good job on the overall look of the video I must say.<!--more-->

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Techdays 2012 session slides are online

Techdays 2012 is sadly over, I had a blast with <a href="http://blogs.infosupport.com/author/marcelv/" target="_blank">Marcel de Vries</a> and <a href="http://roycornelissen.wordpress.com/" target="_blank">Roy Cornelissen </a>talking about how you can build multiplatform apps using Mono* and WP7 tools. A lot of people showed up at our session, so much even that they had to close the room and ask people to watch the session on the monitors outside the room.

You can find the session slides here by the way: <a title="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16850010/Developing%20iPhone%2C%20Android%20and%20Windows%20Phone%207%20applications%20with%20C%23.pdf" href="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16850010/Developing%20iPhone%2C%20Android%20and%20Windows%20Phone%207%20applications%20with%20C%23.pdf">Slides download</a>

Our Geeknight11 presentation on Youtube

Marcel, Roy and I did a Geeknight session last week on building cross-platform apps using C#. We had a full room with more than 400 people checking out or handy work.

It was a blast doing it and we got really lucky with someone in the audience that took the trouble of filming us talking iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7 development.