Fancy creating your own apps for Windows 10 but have no experience? Well, if you're willing to put in some work, Microsoft has debuted a new video series on its Channel 9 platform for absolute beginners to learn how to code for Windows 10. From the series description:
Your guide through the series, Bob Tabor from http://www.learnvisualstudio.net/, walks you through how to create Windows 10 apps on the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) – meaning you'll gain access to all the Windows 10 screens: PCs, phones, tablets, and even on a Raspberry Pi, HoloLens, and Xbox. Bob will challenge you with exercises, help you build a cheat sheet for future reference, and explain the techniques and concepts being used along the way in a simple, friendly manner.
The series is made up of a total of 80 parts, and is geared towards helping new developers master the Universal Windows 10 platform. There is one catch however, as Microsoft notes that the instructions assume that participants has a basic understanding of C# fundamentals. If you aren't quite up to speed on those, however, you can also check out the C# Fundamentals Series to get started.
Thanks to Shubham for the tip!