TMA joined Microsoft Windows 8 Train-The-Trainer Course in Redmond, US

September 2012

In September 2012, Huy Phung, team leader of TMA Windows 8 and Windows Phone Group, participated in the Windows 8 Design Train-the-Trainer course provided by Microsoft’s experts in its headquarters in Redmond, US. This course was aimed to provide Windows 8 developers in-depth knowledge for designing, developing and deploying Windows 8 applications that can meet criteria of Windows Store, especially tips to follow Windows 8 UX Design Guidelines for Windows Store App. It was also a great opportunity for TMA developer to discuss with Microsoft’s experts about technical issues the TMA team facing when developing Windows 8 applications.


As a Microsoft gold certified partner (since 2007) and a pioneer in developing Windows 8 and Windows Phone applications (with dozen of applications this year), TMA Mobile Solutions was invited to join this event. Participating overseas training is TMA investment and commitment in building a strong Windows 8 and Windows Phone team. The team currently has 25 developers and continues growing to meet higher demand of its clients in porting applications to Windows 8 from Windows 7 as well as iOS and Android.



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TMA joined Microsoft Windows 8 Train-The-Trainer Course in Redmond, US

September 2012

In September 2012, Huy Phung, team leader of TMA Windows 8 and Windows Phone Group, participated in the Windows 8 Design Train-the-Trainer course provided by Microsoft’s experts in its headquarters in Redmond, US. This course was aimed to provide Windows 8 developers in-depth knowledge for designing, developing and deploying Windows 8 applications that can meet criteria of Windows Store, especially tips to follow Windows 8 UX Design Guidelines for Windows Store App. It was also a great opportunity for TMA developer to discuss with Microsoft’s experts about technical issues the TMA team facing when developing Windows 8 applications.


As a Microsoft gold certified partner (since 2007) and a pioneer in developing Windows 8 and Windows Phone applications (with dozen of applications this year), TMA Mobile Solutions was invited to join this event. Participating overseas training is TMA investment and commitment in building a strong Windows 8 and Windows Phone team. The team currently has 25 developers and continues growing to meet higher demand of its clients in porting applications to Windows 8 from Windows 7 as well as iOS and Android.



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