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About: Lee Stott is a Technical Evangelist within the Developer and Platform Evangelism 'DPE' Group at Microsoft UK. http://www.microsoft.com/uk/faculty

He is responsible for engaging and helping UK Academia understand how Microsoft technologies and services can help complement existing strategies within teaching, learning and research. He has over 10 years of experience within the UK HE educational sector and is a Chartered IT Professional member of the BCS.

He is currently responsible for Microsoft Curriculum adoption:- http://www.microsoft.com/faculty and Microsoft DreamSpark http://www.dreamspark.com DreamSpark provides professional-level developer and design tools to students and educators at no charge. The Microsoft Developer toolsets help advance learning and skills through STEM-D. Science, technology, engineering, math and design activities.

Professional role Technical Evangelist

Organisation, if you have one Microsoft

Interests cloud, windows 8, apps, storage

Will you be blogging about ALT-C? Yes and you may aggregate my blog

Will ALT-C 2012 be your first ALT conference? No

What topics are on your radar? Cloud, VLE, Intergration, Mobile Apps


7 September 2012

Lee Stott - Are you ready for Windows 8 and the Cloud? Millions of people around the world use Windows every day. With Windows 8 Live tiles on the Windows Start screen display information from your website and service and turn your app into a real time awareness engine - even when it’s not running. Your services and your app, will grab your users’ attention and keep them informed of the latest announcements and updates. Windows 8 gives you the opportunity as an educational institution huge potential by personalising the learning and interactions with your students, the ability to list your apps in the Windows Store to current and potential students of your institution allows you to reach millions of potential applicants, learners or associated partners. I will be attending ALT-C, so if you are interested in leverage your existing technical staffs skills, Code fast, fluid, immersive and beautiful Windows 8 applications in HTML5/JavaScript, XAML/C# and C/C++ come by the Microsoft stand for a discussion. If you’re simply interested in existing and new Microsoft Platform and Developer technologies and want to be informed of where our languages, platforms and tools are heading or simply try out Windows 8. So if you’re interested in exploring the use of any of these drop by the Microsoft stand for chat. Further details of Microsoft Developer and Platform tools for curricula and teaching activities can be found at http://blogs.msdn.com/uk_faculty_connection

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Lee Stott:

Are you ready for Windows 8 and the Cloud?

Millions of people around the world use Windows every day.

With Windows 8 Live tiles on the Windows Start screen display information from your website and service and turn your app into a real time awareness engine - even when it’s not running. Your services and your app, will grab your users’ attention and keep them informed of the latest announcements and updates.

Windows 8 gives you the opportunity as an educational institution huge potential by personalising the learning and interactions with your students, the ability to list your apps in the Windows Store to current and potential students of your institution allows you to reach millions of potential applicants, learners or associated partners.

I will be attending ALT-C, so if you are interested in leverage your existing technical staffs skills, Code fast, fluid, immersive and beautiful Windows 8 applications in HTML5/JavaScript, XAML/C# and C/C++ come by the Microsoft stand for a discussion. If you’re simply interested in existing and new Microsoft Platform and Developer technologies and want to be informed of where our languages, platforms and tools are heading or simply try out Windows 8.

So if you’re interested in exploring the use of any of these drop by the Microsoft stand for chat.

Further details of Microsoft Developer and Platform tools for curricula and teaching activities can be found at http://blogs.msdn.com/uk_fa...