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Nokia developers training for Windows Phone 8
On November 11, 2013 Nokia and FRUCT invite you to take part in the Nokia Developers training. The training will be held in EIT Open Innovation House, Seminar Hall A116 (Otaniementie 19B, Espoo). The event program consists of two professional trainings on Working with Nokia Imaging SDK and Game development for Windows Phone 8 with Unity.
Working with Nokia Imaging SDK
Nokia Imaging SDK is new set of tools available for all Windows Phone 8 developers. It includes specially optimized libraries for various filters suitable for offline and real-time image processing. In this training you will will learn how to work with Nokia Imaging SDK, how to apply spectacular effects to the images from device gallery or camera viewfinder and how to work with full resolution images.
Training is targeted to developers being familiar with Windows Phone 8 development. Knowledge of Windows Phone camera APIs is not mandatory.
For the hands-on you need following tools installed: Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 SDK and Nokia Imaging SDK.
Game development for Windows Phone 8 with Unity
Unity is popular games development environment which has support for Windows Phone 8. In this training you will learn how to get started and create games for Windows Phone 8:
- What is Unity and how to build cross platform games
- Unity visual tools and scripting
- Assets, user input and game controls
- Working with Unity projects and Visual Studio
Training is targeted to developers being familiar with Windows Phone 8 development. Knowledge of Unity is not mandatory.
For the hands-on you need following tools installed: Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 SDK and Unity 4.2.1.
Program of the Nokia Developers Workshop in Russia
November 11, 2013 (Monday)
EIT Open Innovation House, Otaniementie 19B, Espoo, Seminar Hall A116
| Training: Hands-on Windows Phone 8 for developers
Trainer: Michael Samarin
|10:00||3h||Working with Nokia Imaging SDK|
|14:00||3h||Game development for Windows Phone 8 with Unity|
|17:00||30m||Questions & Answers session|
|17:30||Closing of Training (Day 1)
It is expected that participants know principles of object-oriented programming. Preferably have some experience of development with C#/XAML.