Last Stop: Getting Your Windows App to Market

Developers, if you're ready to cross the finish line and get your Windows Store apps to market, don't miss this opportunity! Learn about a new pilot program that combines a free technical review from Microsoft Premier Field Engineering (PFE) with credit toward your MCSD: Windows Store Apps certification. Sneak a peek into the app review process, get tips on design and implementation, and take a look at common pitfalls and blockers to getting apps into the Windows Store. Don't miss the last stop!

Course Outline:

  • ​​App Review and Common Certification Blockers
  • Common Certification Blockers 2
Instructor Team
Larry Kaye | Microsoft Senior Product Manager – Developer Certification | @lhkaye

Larry Kaye began his IT career more than 22 years ago as a full-time developer, and, since that time, he has had the opportunity to build desktop, mobile, and enterprise applications with C, C++, Java, C#, and FORTRAN.

For the past 14 years, Larry has also played the role of educator, designing technical training and certification portfolios, managing partner communities, and delivering instructor-led training classes worldwide. In his current role on the Microsoft Learning eXperiences team, Larry manages the certification portfolios related to software development and SQL Server, in addition to the new App Rev To Cert program. He proudly earned his MCSD: Windows Store Apps certification in August 2014.

Robert Evans | Microsoft Senior Premier Field Engineer

Robert Evans is a Microsoft Senior Premier Field Engineer and the worldwide Technical Lead for Windows Store App Labs. He is a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer and a Windows Dev Bootcamp Master Instructor. He has presented at TechEd, TechReady, GeekReady, and The Tablet Show, and he hosted the Windows 8 Hardware Lab at //BUILD and numerous Windows 8 Hackathon events. Prior to becoming a Premier Field Engineer, Robert spent 12 years as a Software Development Engineer at Microsoft working on various products, including Xbox Live, and he worked in MSN, Mobile Engineering, and Microsoft IT.

Live Event Details
October 23, 2014
9:00–11:00am PDT
What: Fast-paced live virtual session
Cost: Free
Audience: Experienced developers seeking to streamline time-to-market and to amplify their app portfolio with technical certification

Experience with either C# and XAML or with HTML and JavaScript