Here is the list of the top 10 free online learning videos from Microsoft published on Channel 9 by views in Switzerland.
So if you want to get a head start on know-how in Microsoft technology, this is a great place to start.
And if you watch one of these trainings until March 31, you have a chance to win prizes every day! Check it out on http://aka.ms/learnandwin
Geneva, Switzerland / May 16, 2014
Route des Jeunes 35
Geneva, 1227 Switzerland
10:00 AM -10:30 AM Registration/Event Welcome
10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Keynote – new features, converged apps…
11:30 AM – 13:00 AM Open Coding Session with Expert(-s) Support
13:00 PM – 14:00 PM Lunch/Webcast
14:00 PM – 17:30 PM Open Coding Session with Expert(-s) Support
17:30 PM – 18:00 PM App Showcase/Judging & Awards
18:00 PM – 19:00 PM Dinner/ Webcast
19:00 PM – 22:00 PM Open Coding Session with Expert(-s) Support
Bring your existing app and game projects to Microsoft’s //publish/ event to code with developers from around the world. Collaborate and get help with app design, performance, testing, publishing, porting from Unity – you name it.
Receive onsite support from community experts to remove blockers and add the finishing touches to your project.
Join a testing group of your peers and try your app out on a range of devices.
Connect online with developers and Microsoft product specialists from all over the globe in simultaneous worldwide events. Show off your completed project at the App Showcase.
Microsoft Virtual Academy Live events presents a fast-paced live virtual session on “Porting Unity games to Windows 8.1 & Windows Phone” for developers, free of charge.
Basic knowledge of the Unity editor and engine is recommended.
The event will be hosted by Michael “Mickey” Macdonald, a Microsoft Technical Evangelist @ScruffyFurn and Bryan Griffiths, Video Game Design Instructor at triOS College.
The live event will take place December 6, 2013 / 9:00am – 5:00pm (PST)
Details and registration at http://corti.ch/6bkoc
There is a job opening at Microsoft Switzerland in my team – right now. Beware, you will be working with me! (;
In the Microsoft Academy for College Hires MACH, we have customized experiences to help you start strong at Microsoft, build your global network, and drive your career. Our two year program (while being fully paid) is focused on ensuring that you receive the professional development early to help you accelerate your impact in role and that you have the tools and knowledge to steer your long term career.
In order to qualify for the MACH program and this role you will need to have a bachelor or master degree and no more than 3 years of working experience.
Within this area, you will be responsible for:
- Talking at events in front of a technical audience (Developers).
- Writing educational sample code and prototypes.
- Liaising with communities and user groups.
- Writing technical articles and short texts that will be included in our channel communication (newsletters, blogs, Facebook page, Twitter,…).
- Staying socially connected with the target audience to stay on top of market trends.
- Inspiring the local game developer community, to help them understand the benefits of the Windows Platform, and supporting them with its adoption.
Some people still frown at the term “evangelist” but I suggest having a look at the Wikipedia page to learn about its origins. Also, Thomas Lewis, technical evangelist for over 12 years at Microsoft, wrote an interesting piece on “8 Tips To Become a Microsoft Technical Evangelist”.
The job listing can be found here: https://careers.microsoft.com/jobdetails.aspx?ss=&pg=0&so=&rw=1&jid=119073&jlang=en&pp=ss
For more information on the MACH program, have a look at: http://careers.microsoft.com/careers/de/ch/graduate.aspx
The Windows 8.1 availability date has been announced publicly on http://blogs.windows.com/windows/b/bloggingwindows/archive/2013/08/14/mark-your-calendars-for-windows-8-1.aspx
Starting at 12:00am on October 18th in New Zealand (that’s 4:00am October 17th in Redmond), Windows 8.1 will begin rolling out worldwide as a free update for consumers on Windows 8 through the Windows Store. Windows 8.1 will also be available at retail and on new devices starting on October 18th by market.
I just stumbled upon this great project by David Newman. The system integrates Kinect facetracking and a custom-built wireless EEG headset for hands-free computer control.