Bytes by MSDN: Ed Schmit and Rob Cameron discuss Windows Phone 7 and the Mobile Industry

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What does Ed Schmit, the Director of the AT&T Developer Program, think of Windows Phone 7? Watch this interview and find out! Rob Cameron, Senior Architect Evangelist at Microsoft, leads the discussion about the mobile industry. Listen in as Ed shares his best practices and tips for mobile developers. His overall words of wisdom around building apps on Windows Phone 7? Build a good app, and get the word out quick!

About Ed Schmit

 Ed Schmit is a Director with the AT&T Developer Program, where his mission is to provide support and guidance for the developer community. He has been with AT&T for five years. During his career at AT&T, he has co-authored the Wireless Reference Architecture and several white papers while enlightening budding mobile application entrepreneurs through programs like AT&T's "Fast Pitch". Prior to joining AT&T, he worked for Intel for nine years in a variety of roles. Ed earned his B.S. degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a graduate engineering degree from the University of Washington, and an MBA from the University of Michigan.

 

About Rob Cameron

 Employed by Microsoft since 2001, Rob Cameron is an Industry Architect Evangelist with Microsoft Corporation based out of Atlanta, Georgia. As part of Microsoft's Communication Sector Developer & Platform Evangelism team, Rob focuses on development tools and technologies focused on mobile devices, gaming, and embedded devices for telecommunications, cable, and media & entertainment companies. Rob co-authored several titles including Building ASP.NET Server Controls, Pro ASP.NET 3.5 Server Controls and AJAX Components, Silverlight 2 Recipes, and most recently Silverlight 3 Recipes. He has a master's degree in information technology management and a bachelor's degree in computer science. Visit Rob's blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/RobCamer.

 

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