Android to Windows 8 Part 1: Setting up the Development Environment
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With constantly emerging and competing application platforms, software developers can often feel overwhelmed. On the one hand, developers must master a coding language and platform in order to deliver what project managers request of them, but on the other hand, they must be flexible enough to migrate to new platforms and languages when the industry sees a sea change.

In this post from an industry insider, discover ways in which Android developers can make the transition to Windows 8 application development, specifically on setting up the development environment, obtaining software and requisite licenses, and more.

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