Teenager Makes Money Writing Windows Phone 7 Apps with AdCenter
- Posted: Mar 03, 2011 at 8:06AM
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Lead developer Johnny Simmons of Simzz Dev describes how he learned to write Windows Phone 7 applications. He learned by watching videos and finding code samples.
Johnny, 13, talks with ISV Architect Evangelist Bruce Kyle about how he got started, and how he makes money through AdCenter. Turns out his most successful apps are the free ones that include advertising.
His advice for developers, "Don't give up."
The best way to find all the SimzzDev apps is to go to Zune or a phone and type in SimzzDev.
Tools are free. Get started on Windows Phone 7 or XBox at App Hub.
Windows Phone 7 in 7 tutorials on MSDEV. Each short, to-the-point video in this series highlights a feature of Windows Phone 7 in less than 7 minutes. This is a series for developers who want to pick up the basics quickly with brief explanations and hands-on examples. Demonstrations and code samples are based on the beta release of the Windows Phone 7 Developer.
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