Hack Weekends: Making Your App Idea a Reality
July 4, 2012 by Stephanie SUTANTO
Calling all developers and designers! Microsoft Singapore is organizing a series of Hack Weekends for you to get started with Windows 8 Development.
Windows 8 is now in Release Preview, with a Store ready for Singapore developers to publish their apps to the world. This is a session where you can start making your app idea a reality!
So come and build things, learn about Windows 8 development, and meet new people. Microsoft will provide hands-on assistance and guidance to get started with your Windows 8 App.
If you’ve already started on your Windows 8 app idea, then pop along, have some lunch, coffee, morning or afternoon tea. Ask your Windows 8 App questions. Get your app into the store. Become famous!
If you missed one of our earlier Developer Camps – don’t worry, pop along. Our friendly developer evangelists will be there to help you if you have any questions.
Spaces are limited so do remember to sign up today!
Date: 7th July / 28th July / 9th August / 25th August 2012
Time: 6:45 PM-9:00 PM
Venue: Level 21, Auditorium, Microsoft Singapore, 1 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018989
09:00 Breakfast / Registration / Install Fest (If you don’t have Windows 8 RP and VS2012 installed we will do it for you then)
10:00 Team Formation
10:30 Hacking Begins
13:00 Hacking continues
19:00 Dinner and Project updates
20:00 Hacking continues
22:00 Demo time
23:00 Mingle with your audience + Chill out drinks
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About The Author
Stephanie SUTANTO - Resident Contributing Writer
Stephanie is currently pursuing her undergraduate studies in the University of California, Los Angeles. She hopes to learn more about startups both in Los Angeles and in Southeast Asia, possibly starting one of her own in future. And yes, she prefers sashimi to chocolates and flowers any day. You can find her on LinkedIn and Twitter.Read other posts by Stephanie SUTANTO