Windows Store Apps Training

As part of my ongoing certification I recently achieved the Microsoft Solutions Developer Windows Store Apps using HTML5 certification.

I am now entitled to deliver the official trainings from the Microsoft Official Curriculum such as:

Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS
Essentials of Developing Windows Store Apps Using HTML5 and JavaScript
Advanced Windows Store App Development Using HTML5 . . . → Read More: Windows Store Apps Training

Agile Games Released

Today my Windows 8 app Agile Games passed the Microsoft certification process. It is now available in the Windows Store.

The app acts a a host of typical games that are utilized in agile projects. The first game is planning poker which can be now played by distributed teams over the internet. Other games will be added . . . → Read More: Agile Games Released

Create Interactive BPMN Models Using JavaScript

In this tutorial I would like to show how to visualize BPMN files in a web browser.
All we need is jQuery for easy DOM navigation, XMLJS to parse the BPMN file and Raphael to visualize it. Since BPMN version 2.0 the BPMN XML file contains additional diagram interchange information. This information together with the actual process . . . → Read More: Create Interactive BPMN Models Using JavaScript

New Workshop! Developing Modern User Interfaces Using WinRT

I am offering a new workshop that is dedicated to developing Windows Store Apps using WinRT and related technologies such as HTML, JavaScript, CSS, XAML and C#. The workshop is intended for people who want to find out whether Windows Store Apps are a good option for your application development in addition to or instead of . . . → Read More: New Workshop! Developing Modern User Interfaces Using WinRT

HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3 Specialist

As part of continuously maintaining my certifications, I passed the exam Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3.
Although a lot of developers think that JavaScript is a poor programming language compared to Java or C#, mainly due to it’s weak typing and limited IDE support, it is impressive to see what you can do with it. . . . → Read More: HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3 Specialist