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Windows Embedded Industry 8.1 Webinar

AvnetOn October, 2 2014 at 3 PM (CET) there will be a free on-line webinar presented in Italian by Cesare De Siena (AVNET Embedded) and Beppe Platania (BEPS Engineering): Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry Pro: the "easy to use" embedded.

WE8.1 Industry Pro and Industry Pro Retail allow you to implement Windows 8.1 technology on your embedded devices in an easy and secure way.

If you want to know functionalities and details of the new operating system, register here.

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new syncfusion e-book: "ASP.NET Web API Succinctly"

ASP.NET Web API Succinctly

Probably, the most of you know Syncfusion for their great and FREE MetroStudio, an icon repository tool with over 2500 icons for Windows Phone/Windows Store apps. But Syncfusion FREE offer doesn't stop here: they provide a number of interesting white papers and one of the biggest and growing collection of technical e-books, the " Succinctly" series, covering mainly Microsoft technologies, but not only them. Just a few days ago a new e-book has been published: " ASP.NET Web API Succinctly", written by the compatriot Web Architect Emanuele DelBono.

This book is an overview of Microsoft ASP.NET Web API technology, a new web framework based on ASP.NET MVC, introduced by Microsoft to easily build powerful HTTP-based services, which are becoming more and more a requirement for companies. A few weeks ago, the framework has been refreshed with the release of Microsoft ASP.NET Web API 2, but the core concepts are still the same, so if you would like to start from the basis and learn how to build your powerful Web APIs, the book is a great starting point. In the perfect "Succinctly" aim, the book is a concise technical book that introduces most of the required topics in less than 100 pages.

Let's see its contents.

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MCSD: Web Applications

Yesterday I completed another Microsoft Certification path: Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) in Web Applications. Since last year, I've been involved in a number of web and cloud-related projects both at work and in my spare time, which let me learn a lot of cool stuff about web development, distributed architectures, HTML5, Javascript, CSS3 and Windows Azure: after passing the 70-487 (Developing Windows Azure and Web Services) exam last August and the 70-480 (Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3) exam in December, I decided to complete the MCSD certification path and yesterday I passed the new 70-486 (Developing ASP.NET MVC 4 Web Applications) exam.

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You can get your certifications by scheduling an exams in a Prometric Testing Center. For more information, visit the official Microsoft Learning website.

Microsoft Specialist – Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3

In the last months I've been involved in a number of web and cloud-related projects both at work and in my spare time, where I learnt a lot of cool stuff about web development, HTML5, Javascript and CSS3: I decided to certify my achievements, and today I passed the new 70-480 (Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3) exam, first step in the web development certification path (MCSD: Web Applications  or MCSD: Windows Store Apps using HTML5). You can get your certifications by scheduling an exams in a Prometric Testing Center. For more information, visit the official Microsoft Learning website.

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