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Mango for Students

Mango for Students

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Hey students! Yesterday, the Windows Phone Developer blog made a post about giving Windows Phone 7 developers early access to Mango. This is super exciting for WP7 developers, but it’s particularly exciting for student developers because they have called you out and asked you create the next big app. There are 50 Mango handsets that are up for grabs!

Windows Phone 7, Mango

Here’s all the info from the post:

This is especially well timed for the tens of thousands of student developers who have registered through DreamSpark or related programs. Just as our Spring Cleaning program encouraged developers to finish up their projects over the past few months, delivering thousands of new apps, summer break is the perfect time for student developers to relax and have some fun with Mango. With the free Windows Phone Developer Tools Beta 2 and free access to Mango, now is the perfect time to see what you can do with Windows Phone. To make it even more interesting for students looking for a great summer project, we’ve set aside 50 Mango phones for those students who are building the next big thing on Windows Phone. Want one? Here’s what to do:

  1. Make sure you’re registered for DreamSpark
  2. Download and install Expression Studio Ultimate and the new Mango Windows Phone Developer Tools (available free as a member of DreamSpark)
  3. Get the free Sketchflow Template for Windows Phone and create a Sketchflow mock-up of your app
  4. Post the Sketchflow mock-up somewhere online and tweet out the link using the hash tag #WPAppItUp
  5. We will review all prototypes and will contact the developers who submit the best ones and send them a special Mango developer device
  • what if we our school is not on the verification list and we don't have a ISIC Card?

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