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  • Blog Post: Holy //BUILD Batman!

    I thought the previous //BUILD conferences ( 2012 | 2011 ) had a lot of content but this year definitely surpassed it. Although I couldn’t do the whole conference justice in a single blog post, here are a few key highlights: Windows 8.1 Preview Windows 8.1 Preview is the next step forward...
  • Blog Post: Build 2013 Developer Conference

    I can't believe almost 6 months has passed since the last Build conference . This year the event will be held between June 26–28 in San Francisco where Microsoft will share what's next for Windows, Windows Server, Windows Azure, Visual Studio, and more. Visit the Build site to get yourself...
  • Blog Post: New Dev Center App Preview

    Checking the performance of an app is something all good developers do. But until now, you could only check the performance of your Windows Phone app from a browser. Recently at Mobile World Congress it was announced that a handy new app lets you stay connected on the go as well. The new “...
  • Blog Post: Upgrade or Die

    Enhancements in technology move at a blistering pace now a days and before you know it that device which was once “state of the art” is now a museum piece. Of course there’s some hyperbole to that statement but some of it holds true. This movement can easily be found in mobile devices...
  • Blog Post: Hurricane Sandy and My Windows Phone

    I’ve lived through my fair share of hurricanes, snow storms and other natural disasters but after Sandy I could easily write a book that had an ending scene of epic proportions. Although Sandy was only a category 1 hurricane, you would’ve thought it was a category 5 as the wind that was generated...
  • Blog Post: Build Conference 2012

    In January Tim O’Brien, General Manager of Developer & Platform Evangelism outlined the path forward for Microsoft developers in his blog post titled: “ Thinking About Developer Events. ” Today he announced that BUILD 2012 will be held at Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond...
  • Blog Post: A New Microsoft

    To say the past few weeks were chock full of Microsoft announcements would be an understatement. First came the Surface , then Windows Phone 8 and recently the acquisition of Yammer . Add in the fact that there's new entertainment experiences for XBOX along with Gizmodo proclaiming “ Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone “How Do I? Videos”

    “Keeping up the Joneses” is generally associated with materialistic goods (i.e. your neighbor purchases a [insert shiny new item here] so you do as well) but now that same metaphor can be easily related to technology. In today’s ever increasingly connected world, mobile devices are...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone SDK 7.1.1 Released

    If you’re doing a lot of Windows Phone (WP) development then you’re certainly going to be happy to know that the release of the Windows Phone SDK 7.1.1 Update is now available for immediate download on the Microsoft Download Center. The WPSDK 7.1.1 Update provides developers with a WPSDK...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 Guidance

    Over a year ago the Microsoft patterns & practices (p&p) team released the Windows Phone Developer Guide as part of a series on Windows Azure service and client application development. The guide described a scenario concerning a fictitious company named Tailspin that had decided to embrace Windows...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone SDK on a Virtual Machine

    Having a WP7.5 phone (ala mango ) I wanted to start development on an idea I had for a new phone application. Seems simple enough but there’s always a catch (more on that later). First off, in order to conduct any mobile development for a Windows phone you’ll need to download and install...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone – Mango Update

    To quote the great and all-knowing Lionel Richie: “ Well my friends the time has come; raise the roof and have some fun …” Yes, it’s Mango time! A lot has been said about this update and while this technically is an update, the word “update” really doesn’t do...
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