Now this is pretty cool. Jeff Blankenburg started a new Developer Series on his blog. Every day in the month of October, he will be writing an article (see list below) about writing apps on the platform. Here is the link to:
31 Day of Windows Phone 7
Projects so far:
Day #1: Project Template Day #2: Page Navigation Day #3: The Back Button Paradigm Day #4: Device Orientation Day #5: System Theming Day #6: Application Bar Day #7: Launchers Day #8: Choosers Day #9: Debugger Tips Day #10: Input Scope
Day #11: Accelerometer Day #12: Vibration Controller Day #13: Location Services Day #14: Tombstoning Day #15: Isolated Storage Day #16: Panorama Control Day #17: Pivot Control Day #18: WebBrowser Control
If you are working on an Imagine Cup project, this is definitely a great way to jump right in!
I also found the following links on his site really helpful:
31 Days of Silverlight
28 Days of Did-You-Know (Diduary)
Windows Phone 7 Developer Resources
Windows Phone 7 User Resources
What is Silverlight you ask?
Silverlight is a powerful development platform for creating engaging, interactive applications for many screens across the Web, desktop, and mobile devices.
There’s a couple of cool examples of sites that use Silverlight! Check them out.