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On 7th October 2010 at the Odeon Cinema in Manchester, UK, a community event dedicated to Windows Phone 7 development took place. All the session were recorded. This session is:
Session 1: "Understanding the Windows Phone 7 Development Tools and Getting Started" with Maarten Struys
"Developing applications for Windows Phone 7 is a efficient and easy, thanks to an excellent suite of development and design tools. For the first time, Microsoft offers free tools to develop applications for Windows Phone. To get the most out of your day-to-day work, it is important to understand the different capabilities of the different tools. This sample-filled session explains when to use Microsoft Expression Blend and when to use Microsoft Visual Studio, from a software development perspective. Also shown are how both tools operate together to create captivating applications for Windows Phone 7. Finally, the session explains the added value that you, as a developer, will get when using Visual Studio 2010 Professional."
Here are the links to the individual sessions (links will become active as more sessions are published)
- Session 0: "Windows Phone 7: A Different Kind of Phone" with Andrej Radinger
- Session 1: "Understanding the Windows Phone 7 Development Tools and Getting Started" with Maarten Struys
- Session 2: "Silverlight App Development on Windows Phone 7" with Andy Wigley
- Session 3: "Integrating with the device capabilities (location, camera, contacts, phone)" with Andy Wigley
- Session 4: "Raising the dead: Programming Silverlight Apps that survive Tombstoning" with Andy Wigley
- Session 5: "Games Programming on Windows Phone 7 with Silverlight and XNA" with Rob Miles
- Session 6: "How to sell Apps through Marketplace" with Rob Miles
- Session 7: "Creating an application for WP7 with Cortexica’s ‘visual search’ API" with Tricky Bassett
- Session 8: "Creating WP7 Apps that work offline" with Andrej Radinger
The event was sponsored by
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