Being a great developer in your platform of choice is great, but in today’s tech landscape, it’s not sufficient if you want to stay ahead of the competition. To get your applications to the most people, you’ll want to be flexible enough to develop for a variety of platforms.
If you can develop for iOS but would like to get started with Windows 8, visit this resource center built just for you. You’ll get tips on how to build Windows Store apps using a variety of programming languages, and get the tools you need to target millions more devices and users for your applications, including development roadmaps, API mappings, step-by-step walkthroughs, and more.
Join us at the App Builder Virtual Summit on May 2nd to learn about designing, building and marketing an app for Windows 8 and Windows Phone.