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February 04, 2013
NetCom Learning Offered Windows 8 Development with HTML5 Webinar
By Raju Shanbhag, TMCnet Contributor
Windows 8 is the new operating system developed by Microsoft (News - Alert) that is available for various devices, such PCs, laptops, tablets, and home theater PCs. In fact, the latest operating system by Microsoft seeks to improve user’s experience on mobile devices.
NetCom Learning recently announced that the company hosted a free webinar on Wednesday, January 30, 2013, to shed light on new technologies that are available to develop Microsoft Windows 8.
The webinar focused on Windows Store application, along with a live demo, which focused on new templates and tools that help users build new apps for Windows 8. Like HTML5 technology, Windows 8 seeks to reach maximum number of users working on numerous platforms. The operating system introduces various new features to work easily with developer tools, the company has stated.
NetCom is Microsoft's Learning Partner of the Year for 2012. Prior to this, the company had offered a 40 hour learning session on Windows 8. The course allowed students to manage available disk space by using quotas to efficiently install and make various features offered by Windows 8.
“The Windows 8 Development - HTML5 webinar provides a complimentary learning session where you can get an overview of the new developer capabilities available with Windows 8. IT professionals can get in on the ground floor to see developer tools in action with this webinar," said Russell Sarder, CEO of NetCom Learning.
Recently, the company invited IT professionals to a free webinar on Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. The webinar focused on benefits and features of Dynamics AX 2012.
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