Sharing "Awesome" Across Multiple Screens

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Windows Phone apps don't just simply run on Windows 8 as they are. There are ways. However, to architect your code so that you can share your "awesome" across multiple screens. Alnur Ismail shows how.

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Do you see yourself writing a complete app and then refactoring to use portable class libraries? or architecting with portable classes from the beginning? Start a new conversation in the Canadian Developer Connection group on LinkedIn. Alnur, as well as fellow Canadian developers are there networking, sharing, and learning. While visiting the group, make sure to join the group and stay connected.

This segment was presented and recording LIVE on Wednesday, December 5, 2012.

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