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Interested in finding out more about Windows Phone 7 development and the opportunities that come with it? Want to see both the Samsung and LG Windows Phone 7 prototypes up close and personal? Want to take a break and have coffee with us?
I’m holding a Coffee and Code with mobile developer Mark Arteaga and mobile expert Anthony Bartolo in downtown Toronto at the Starbucks at King and Yonge this Thursday from noon to 7 p.m. (4 King Street West, right on top of the subway station). We’ll be at or near the big conference table they’ve got in the back. For those of you who aren’t familiar with it, “Coffee and Code” is an event where I take advantage of my status as a mobile worker and work out of a work-friendly cafe, where I’m reachable, findable and approachable. If you’ve got any questions about Microsoft, software development, the industry, the tech scene or just about anything else, this is a perfect chance to ask me!
This is a Windows Phone 7 Coffee and Code, and I’m bringing a couple of Windows Phone 7 people along with me. If you were at last year’s TechDays conferences, you may have seen them: Mark Arteaga, who’s written many apps for the old-school Windows Mobile and now writing apps for Windows Phone, and Anthony Bartolo, who’s been working in the mobile industry longer than a lot of my peers have been working. Come join us for a coffee (or tea, or lemonade) and some tech talk!
Catch Mark's blog entry about this upcoming Coffee and Code here.
Anthony has also written a blog entry about Coffee and Code here.
This article also appears in Global Nerdy.
Any chance you want to come to Ottawa to show us the phone?
Also check out the post on www.guelphcoffeeandcode.org :)
Joey - I'll be there. I'm not a developer - but as a digital strategist my interest is in how the O/S supports app dev; and how Flash-based 9and other) apps that run on PC (Windows 7 or XP) run on the mobile O/S -- because so much of what we do is for tablet and mobile. See you later on!