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Mash Some Web API's With Your Brain and Windows 8

06.16.2013
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Join Microsoft Technical Evangelists for upcoming app mashup webcasts designed to walk you through start to finish for your Windows 8 app in one hour. Featuring starter kits based on APIs from Yelp, Bing, Mashery, Facebook, Twitter and Meetup, these workshops are great for students, hobbyists and professional developers who want to learn the basics of app development and publish their first app to the store.

Each session will run from Noon - 1pm EDT. Attend one or all four webcasts, you decide. For more details or to register, choose a webcast below.

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6/12/2013 | Windows 8 App Mashup : Exploring the Social Networking APIs6/19/2013 | Windows 8 App Mashup : Exploring the Yelp API6/25/2013 | Windows 8 App Mashup : Exploring the Bing Maps API

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I blogged about this on the Coding4Fun blog, Mash Windows 8 Store Apps, public web service API's and some starter kit code together and you have... "APIMASH Starter Kits", so thought a follow-up about getting some training on them would be nice...

BTW, if you miss it, looks like they will be available on-demand.

Also there's a number of in-person  events too. To see everything, check out this search

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