Windows 10 Developer Readiness [India]

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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.

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    abhimanyuku​marvatsa

    Awesome, happy to see you.

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    braddenmark

    Bad quality , both of the speakers out are of synch and talking too fast.

    One person is trying to accent out. Horrible quality Channel 9 quality is deteriorating.

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    sridharkota

    I stopped listening as technically they where wrong.

    What is SKU ? They are versions oh no oh no

    SKU stands for Stock keeping unit which is very different from versions.

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    Regan

    Both the speakers are sitting inside a valley looks like. Hell video has lots of echo , accented and completely staged.

    You guys need to look at other channel 9 videos.

    Watched 15 minutes of video nothing of source code etc. The whole video both chaps are emphasizing about centralization of windows 10 platform

    Show code you bore people after 15 minutes

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    Jindal

    For first 20 minutes of the session they are repeating the same thing Windows core and Universal windows platform. Windows core is a generic for hardware platform and Universal windows platform is generic platform for software developers.

    You could have made that simple rather than dragging it PPT after PPT for first 30 minutes.

    Indian MVP's have bad representation skills , they accent out , they try to show off.

    As said in top comments atleast be technically right, how did you say SKU is a version. My god they are teaching technically wrong things now.

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    Michael Retzlaff

    The focus could have been more on the code samples instead of too much of PPTs.

    Overall , the session was good except some minor issues like audio quality .


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    Dexter Jam

    PPT after PPT after PPT its boring. SKU is a version thats really funny.

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