Developing for Windows Phone and Windows

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Charles Torre sits down with David Treadwell to discuss what's next in developing Windows Phone and Windows.

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    Michael

    I want see Windows 9.

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    Zengyao Zhang

    I want see new Windows Phone

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    Steve

    I hear extra voices on the video feed.

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    ashumeow

    Still few minutes to launch this session... Now on live watching What's New for Windows and Windows Phone Developers =P

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    carlospined​ag

    Can be a good idea simplify the deployment of Windows store apps in order to promote development?

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    carlospined​ag

    I remember when compiling and linking were two separate processes.

    I think Windows Store MUST be an integral part of Operating System, so, will be great if Visual Studio could integrate compiling and verify for Windows Store.

    Any "Win Store error" (aka, the app does not comply politics of Windows Store, etc) could be solved since developing (Visual Studio).

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    rumyancevpa​vel

    Finally great news from Microsoft. 

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    Elvis

    Visual Studio can deploy apps for ARM/x86/x64 - ARM and Window, WP, Tablets, Laptops and XBox.

    But MS has Mono (C# for Linux). Android is Linux.

    Why not using VS to build same app for Android too. Even iOS?

    Write one, build one deploy one: Windows, Android, iOS/ x86, x64, ARM, Embedded, Watch, Phone, Tablet, Laptop, TV.

    Devs would be VERY interested to build even a simple console application (no gui) that runs on all available platforms, all OS's..
    THIS would be epic.

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    payini

    C:\Windows\System32\drivers\afd.sys = Another Freaking Driver.sys

    That's awesome...

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    carlospined​ag

    @Elvis:Mono and Xamarin projects are not owned by Microsoft. In my experience Mono is not full compatible, it means that you need write one app for .NET and other for Mono. I agree that .NET must "write once, run every where" like Java (this slogan created by Sun)

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    TigranTIKSN

    I like that he is not faking answers. If he does not know the answer of question, he does not fakes like her answered, he just says that "I do not know answer of it".

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    samuel

    Achei muinto legal gostei muimto

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    binta

    I lovrme thé forme

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