The Bangladesh office of global tech giant Microsoft has organized a week-long training workshop for its windows phone application developers in the capital.
Titled 'Application Studio Week,' the training programme started at the company's Gulshan office on December 26 and ended on January 2.
Some 120 application developers on Windows Platform attended the programme to share their learning experiences among others. The participation in the training sessions was free of cost. The pre-requisite was only basic computer literacy to join the event.
All the participants were required to bring their laptops and internet modems. "The young generation brought together a pool of technology aficionados, channeled their creative talents to build brand new apps without coding and put in the stepping stone for a whole team of new developers," said Microsoft Bangladesh Tech Evangelist Tanzim Saqib to The Daily Observer over email.
He said that they invited the young individuals without having any programming background to attend the workshops on creating Windows and Windows Phone Universal applications by using Windows App Studio, which is a cloud-based application from Microsoft, turning serious publications into brilliant digital editions.
Using this simple tool in the already-known web browser environment, the App Studio allows all to create apps with responsive and interactive contents so that readers love to use it.
As for young entrepreneurs, they can achieve business objectives with intuitive, customizable features designed to promote their brand, expand audiences and increase revenue by using App Studio.