Developer Liquid Daffodil is teaming up with WintellectNOW to offer 12 free hours of online training as an exclusive for Windows Central readers.
Liquid Daffodil has created a number of Windows Phone apps, including ones like Bandsider that work with the Microsoft Band fitness wearable devices. Now the developer is teaming up with WintellectNOW, which offers on-demand training on Windows tools, for the free offer:
WintellectNOW has recently engaged Scott J. Peterson, owner of Liquid Daffodil, and developer of the top Cortana integration app in the Windows Stores, to developing their recently released "Mastering Cortana Development" Series and "Creating Bots with the Microsoft Bot Framework"
In order to get your 12 hours of training, just go to the WintellectNOW sign-up page and then type in the promo code "LIQUID-NOW" to get your free classes.
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