Beginning Windows 8 Application Development - XAML Edition 1st ed. Edition

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Kyle Burns is a Technical Architect with Perficient living in Indianapolis, IN. He first discovered a love for writing computer applications when his father brought home their first Apple II computer and he would spend hours transcribing programs from BASIC magazine to see what they would do. After serving as a Tuba and Euphonium player in the Marine Corps Band, Kyle realized that people were writing software for pay and he started his professional career. During his career, Kyle has worked in companies ranging from a six person startup to a Fortune 100 company and is constantly looking for new ways to explore solving problems with people, process, and technology.

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