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  • Blog Post: Who Moved My HTML 4

    Some things never change, others constantly do. For us developers the one thing that never changes is the need for constant learning. It just part of the job. Very rare do we make a living programing in the language we learned to code. For me learning is one of the attracting things about this career...
  • Blog Post: Mango OS Beta Coming to Retail Devices

    We just announced the up coming availability of the next version of Windows Phone OS code name “mango”. http://windowsteamblog.com/windows_phone/b/wpdev/archive/2011/06/29/developers-get-goody-basket-full-of-mangos.aspx We know that one of the most impactful things we can do for developers is to help...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 Developer Offer

    Developers submitting 5 new Windows Phone 7 apps will get Free advertising promotion for 1 of their 5 apps .   Your choice app will get 25,000 impressions of WP7 mobile advertising across MSN, Windows Live and Fox Sports Mobile networks, approx. 60 days. This offer will end 6/30 and is limited...
  • Blog Post: Getting DevReady With SharePoint

    The DevReady team is added again. This time we are bringing you a full day of SharePoint goodness. This is the perfect event for developers interested in SharePoint development as well as the seasoned SharePoint developers who just wants to pick up a few more tricks. This event is being Hosted at the...
  • Blog Post: Windows® Phone 7 User Group Event Sweepstakes

    Between January 1, 2011 and June 30, 2011, when you develop and submit a Windows Phone 7 app into the Windows Phone Marketplace, you can be eligible for a chance to win a Windows Phone 7 (approximate retail value: $500 U.S.). Every valid Windows Phone 7 app you submit will earn you one entry into the...
  • Blog Post: Explore the Benefits of Windows Azure Data Storage & Compute Services

    Join Jeffrey Richter for a FREE full day of in-depth, live learning as he teaches architects & developers how to leverage Azure's data storage and compute services. Register Today The day will start off with a whirlwind tour of the various independent services that make up the Windows Azure Service...
  • Blog Post: 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 a completed project. We even have a few Windows...
  • Blog Post: 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. Since it is just IIS, we should be able to access...
  • Blog Post: 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 use the most. Bring your questions and concern. This...
  • Blog Post: 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 how and why we want to use Azure in your apps. For...
  • Blog Post: 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 how and why we want to use Azure in your apps. While...
  • Blog Post: 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 started developing Windows Phone apps is very easy...
  • Blog Post: 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 & Windows Presentation Foundation ...
  • Blog Post: Are you up to the challenge?

    Build a cool Windows Phone 7 app, earn bragging rights and a chance to get a free ride to WPC 2011. You could be selected for the best app. To enter your application, simply register here . Terms and conditions can be found here . For your entry to be valid, your application must meet Microsoft’s requirements...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explore 9 Is Now Available

    Back in November I wrote a post about Adding IE9 Site Pinning Support To Your Web Sites . Back then IE9 was just in beta release. As a developer I tent to focus on what a web browser can do for me. Does it have the right developer tools, show standards compatible does it have any features that can help...
  • Blog Post: Get DevReady with MVVM

    Saturday, March 19, 2011 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (ET) 45 Liberty Blvd. Suite 210 Malvern, PA 19355 Attend Get your development skills ready for MVVM (Model View View Model Design Pattern) and build some exciting applications for WPF, Silverlight or Windows Phone. In this all day event you will learn everything...
  • Blog Post: Web Camp Coming to Mid Atlantic

    It's camping season! Microsoft's Web Camps are designed to help you create great websites using the Microsoft Web Platform. Whether you're new to web development or already a web developer and looking to see what's new, join us for this free, full day of content! The focus will be on creating web applications...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Awesomeness In The East Coast

    Window7 and Silverlight make for a fantastic platform to build and deploy applications. Together, you have the power to build smart, visually stunning applications that truly light up. Want to learn how to take advantage of your desktop OS using Silverlight? Want to learn some Silverlight programming...
  • Blog Post: East Coast Developer? Have an App on Windows Phone?

    Marketplace Subscription  Be one of the first 75 developers to submit your link and you'll receive a $99 Visa gift card to reimburse your subscription cost.(check site for eligibility) Exclusive "My App is on Windows® Phone" t-shirt Simply send us the link to your app and you'll receive...
  • Blog Post: Continue The Momentum

    There over 2000 Windows Phone 7 applications in the marketplace already. Developers see the future of this platform and are betting in its growth. For does who have or are currently planning summit their Windows Phone 7 applications to the marketplace, there is an opportunity to gain more traction by...
  • Blog Post: Adding IE9 Site Pinning Support To Your Web Sites

    Internet Explore 9 introduced a feature called “Site Pinning”. At first glance, you might think site pinning allows uses to pin/dock a shortcut to a website and nothing else. However, it does a lot more. Site pining allows developers to add feature that make websites/web applications look...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone Apps That Play Media

    I should have known better. I gave half dozen presentations on the Windows Phone Marketplace certification process. I however, forgot to test for certification requirement 6.5.1 for my own app which states: Requirements Expected Result When the user is already playing music on the phone when the application...
  • Blog Post: Using Windows Phone Application Settings

    It is a common task for developers to persist data on an application. There are various ways to achieve this in Windows Phone, but the easiest way I found to accomplish this is to use the IsolatedStorageSettings class. This class basically provides an IEnumerable implementation that provides all the...
  • Blog Post: Extra Extra Silverlight is Dead, What?

    Before I share my thoughts on this matter, I want to make it clear that although I am employed by Microsoft, I don’t not have direct access to any top secret strategic information about my company’s technology direct. I do have over 10 years of experience in this industry which has allowed me to witness...
  • Blog Post: Dude I am XAPing That

    I can hear it, I can see and I can feel it. The passion and excitement for the upcoming Windows Phone 7 launch is undeniable. This is going to be a great launch. Over the last few week my team has been hosting a series of Windows Phone events for developers. We have been to about 10 cities so far and...
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