these weeks we we have been hitting with the development of an application to Windows 8. As I was walking weak physical condition; I I have trained as Rocky in Siberia with 30 minutes of CodeKatas per day, the videos of the Build (which led to tell the truth I have not served much) and other techniques of my trained staff that does not allow me to disseminate.
But as the basis of all developments is still
-80% understand the platform on which you work
I found this excellent resource that has given me hours and hours of code reading:
My learning process was similar to the following:
1, choose a problem to solve (for the app that we believe there is enough in the backlog)
2. see how to solve it on WinRT
3 investigate how WinRT components that are below the solution we have implemented
4. a bit of TDD
5 return to step 1
6 refactorizar the code and the working process
Is why this set of classes, controls, etc. I’ve been very well, that they comply with basic rules as classes with consistent names, (well almost everything, etc.), clean code in parts using var (sorry @ J0rgeSerran0@ _PedroHurtado @ eiximenis, what a have mounted ehh?), etc.
If these to start with Windows 8 and underground, then I recommend that you check some of the implementations made, that they are really very well.
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