April, 2011

  • Dani Diaz

    You asked for it, you got it. Phone Garage is Back

    You asked for you, you got it. The Garage is back. Join us for this full day of Windows Phone 7 “learn and build” hands-on sessions and open lab. Bring your application ideas and our onsite experts will help you turn them into reality and walk away with...
  • Dani Diaz

    Windows Azure for App Developers – Monitoring

    One of the great benefits I get from having a service layer on my Windows Phone app is the ability to get usage statistics on my app. I right now I am using a WebRole as a service layer. A WebRole is nothing more than a IIS hosted web site or service...
  • Dani Diaz

    Visual Studio Product Team Tour 2011

    We are extremely excited to be able to host two members of the Visual Studio product team tour in Pennsylvania.  They will fly out west and make their way east. This will be a great opportunity to get an inside look at the product .Net developers...
  • Dani Diaz

    Windows Azure For App Developers

    I am doing a series to give a behind the scene look at the making of a Windows Phone 7 app. In the process I realized that there is really no information around mobile applications integration with Windows Azure. This is my attempted at providing the...
  • Dani Diaz

    Azure For App Developers

    I am doing a series to give a behind the scene look at the making of a Windows Phone 7 app. In the process I realized that there is really no information around mobile applications integration with Windows Azure. This is my attempted at providing the...
  • Dani Diaz

    The Making Of An Windows Phone 7 App

    I can’t believe that it has almost been a year since we launched the Windows Phone 7 developer tools at Mix 2010. Developers have built some awesome apps for the platform. Some independent developers (one man shops) are having great success . Getting...
  • Dani Diaz

    Getting DevReady with MVVM

    MVVM. MVVM. MVVM. I bet you’ve seen that acronym more than three times before? Ever wonder what it means? I’ll tell you: “Model View-View Model” Ever wonder what THAT means?! MVVM is a popular design pattern for coding the presentation layer in both Silverlight...
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