@BobTabor Thanks for your answer. I'm currently still watching the episodes so the information I'm looking for might be further on. I don't want to miss any of these nice episodes so I restrain my curiosity :) I'm looking for information for the step after this introduction to producing a uwp project which uses the mvvm pattern with tools like template 10 together with an mvvm framework light mvvmlight. For beginners like myself it's not an easy step to dive into the documentation on github of template 10 or mvvmlight and build quality software. Your series and pace are very good and it would be nice if you could add an epsiode on conventions for setting up a project using the mvvm guidelines and tools for it. But that said I might find it in later episodes.
Also there is one topic that is not covered in this series (I think): MapControl and geofencing. This choice might have to do with the fact that MapControl is not rendered in the phone emulator so the nice location tooling in the Windows 10 phone emulator are useless until Microsoft fixes this bug. In your Windows8.1 phone series you covered this, and I tried to upgrade your MapNotes example to uwp but MapControl just doesn't work in the emulator.
The previous series on Windows phone 8.1 was great, so I'm really looking forward to watch this series. However browsing quickly through the episodes there seems to be a small but difficult gap between your 'absolute beginners' series and creating apps with advanced tooling/techniques such as using mvvm and the new template 10 library (and all useful parts in it). It seems that in real practice we should use these advanced techniques. It would be really helpfull if one of the example projects is illustrated using these advanced techniques in an additional epsiode.
Thanks a lot for all the effort already in this new series! Next weekend I'll start watching them.