m:Lab East Africa, in partnership with Microsoft, is to conduct a Windows Phone 8 development training programme.
The four week training programme will last for four weeks starting on October 8 at m:Lab East Africa in Nairobi.
“With the training, developers will be able to develop Windows Phone 8 applications to be published in the windows app store,” read the invite.
In connection with this, Microsoft in partnership with Nokia and Aalto University has a program called AppCampus, aimed at fostering mobile application development on Windows Phone and other Nokia platforms.
Participants in the Windows Phone 8 training stand a chance to be selected for the AppCampus fast track programme, where developers can obtain funding of up to €70,000 for their Windows Phone apps.
Deadline for submission of applications for the Windows Phone 8 training is September 30, 2013.