Part 30 - Series Conclusion
Let me congratulate you on making it all the way through this series. Think about how far you've come in such a short amount of time! It takes a high degree of commitment to work your way through 10 hours of content, but you did it, and you definitely have what it takes to see a project through to the end. And so, I'm confident that you can build the next great app. I would encourage you to take your time, aim high, and test, test, test your app to make sure your app is polished and ready for others to use it.
I love to hear from people who have watched these series I've created and who have built an app and submitted it to the app store. That's probably the best feedback that we can get ... that this series helped you in some small way and that you actually built an app and released it into the Windows Store. If that describes you, and if you need a beta tester, by all means please send me a tweet @bobtabor or write me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before I wrap this up, I want to thank Larry Lieberman and Matthias Shapiro who sponsored and edited this series. If you like this content, please let them know ... there's a feedback link on the footer, or just leave a comment below this video.
Also, I want to thank Channel9 for their ongoing support of my work, including Golnaz Alibeigi, and those I've worked with in the past who have taught me so much, like Clint Rutkas who got a major promotion to the Halo team and of course, Dan Fernandez who I've been working with for over 10 years and who has keep me connected with Microsoft. It is much appreciated.
Allow me to make one last plug for my website, www.LearnVisualStudio.NET. I try to share everything I know with my clients about C#, Visual Studio, Windows and web development, data access, architecture and more.
Finally, I honestly wish you the best in your career and in life. Thank you.