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  • Blog Post: Quick tip: Windows Phone 7 Guidance - patterns & practices release

    The patterns&practices team at Microsoft has just released an update to last year’s Windows Phone Developer Guide. With release of Windows Phone 7.5, and the Windows Phone 7.1 SDK, the team has updated the guide to “A Case Study for Building Advanced Windows Phone Applications: Connecting with Cloud...
  • Blog Post: Bring your idea to life- turn it into an app (Windows Phone development)

    Need some extra developer content on Windows Phone 7? My colleague David Hernie has setup a set of training sessions from deep dives to Blend training to take your skills to the next level. Leveraging David’s post below: Windows Phone 7.5 brings dozens of new platform features to Windows Phone. When...
  • Blog Post: PhoneGap now fully supports Windows Phone 7 (cross posting)

    My colleague David blogged about support for Windows Phone 7 in PhoneGap released last month. Please find more information and resource below or head off to David’s blog . Back in September, Microsoft joined Nitobi to announce a Beta of PhoneGap support for Windows Phone Mango , and at the same time...
  • Blog Post: JIT for Christmas, Lumia 800 for WP7 project call participants

    Some folks are getting an extra Christmas present this year   Read further what my colleague David Hernie has the pleasure to announce! And don’t hesitate to participate next time. … The Microsoft Innovation Center organized in 2011 four Windows Phone 7 project Calls . The objective of this initiative...
  • Blog Post: Xbox Companion App release for Windows Phone 7 (cross-posting)

    Have you seen the Productivity Future Vision video released a few weeks ago? May you think a lot of it is not more than science fiction. I look at it focusing on the overall trends and pieces of technology that are coming together more and more to move towards that vision. Yesterday’s Xobx Companion...
  • Blog Post: Web & Phone UX Event: Recordings, slides and content now available

    In November we held the Web & Phone UX event in Ter Elst (Edegem), bringing a full day of sessions focusing on Web & Phone (WP7) Design and Development. Sessions included HTML5, Windows Phone Metro Design from thinking to building and refining, JavaScript habits and patterns, Windows Phone Mango...
  • Blog Post: StudentAppVenture, the Windows Phone 7 Developer Contest for Students : develop, submit and win

    My colleagues are launching a very interesting Windows Phone 7 developer contest for students in Belgium and Luxembourg. If you are a student check-out the offers below and participate! Here’s the main info:   Are you a student ? Would you like to get a free Windows Phone ? Microsoft announces a...
  • Blog Post: Ten reasons to attend Web & Phone UX Tour on November 3rd

    On Thursday November 3rd you can attend the Web & Phone UX Tour event in Belgium (at Ter Elst in Edegem). It’s a full day full day encounter of web, phone, user experience and development content. Whether you come from the design and user experience angle or a more technical one, two tracks are there...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming MSDN Webcasts on Windows Phone 7.5, Windows Azure, Orchard and VS Team Build

    Register now for the following MSDN Webcasts scheduled in October and November 2011 for Belgium, delivered by the local MVPs and community experts. All sessions are delivered online, great opportunity to learn new technology while not having to leave the office. From now on, plan your biweekly Tuesday...
  • Blog Post: Web & Phone UX Tour Belgium on 3 November: full day encounter on HTML5, Phone and UX

    Don’t miss our next event: Web & Phone UX Developer Tour Belgium , taking place on November 3rd 2011 in Ter Elst (Edegem, Antwerp). What can you expect? An inspiring day event addressing User Experience and Development for the Web and Phone, with sessions delivered by top international speakers paired...
  • Blog Post: New Windows Phone 7.5 is here: developer update and training events announced

    Mango is here! Yesterday Microsoft released Windows Phone 7.5 to the public. As a developer, get ready for new opportunities and some announcements around Windows Phone events in Belgium. Below you can find a cross-posting from my colleague David Hernie’s blog: Yesterday the Windows Phone team announced...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming MSDN Webcasts on SharePoint 2010 and Windows Phone ‘Mango’

    Register now for the following MSDN Webcasts: 27 SEP 2011 Overview of SharePoint 2010 as a Business Intelligence platform Timing 14:00 – 15:30 | Type Live Webcast | Language English Abstract In this session, Serge Luca (SharePoint MVP, Devoteam) and Isabelle Van Campenhoudt (Data Branch Manager, ICT7...
  • Blog Post: PhoneGap mobile HTML5 framework adding support for Windows Phone Mango

    Yesterday, the Windows Phone Developer blog , together with Nitobi , announced the availability of a PhoneGap beta version supporting Windows Phone Mango. This new option to build applications targeting Windows Phone gives more choices to developers. In particular, Web developers will be able to easily...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Toolkits for Windows Phone 7, iOS and Android: new releases

    Last week, Microsoft released the Windows Azure Toolkit for Android   while at the same time providing an update release for the Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows Phone 7 and Windows Azure Toolkit for iOS (iPhone & iPad) . The purpose of these toolkits is to make it easier for mobile device...
  • Blog Post: Available: Windows Phone SDK 7.1 RC with ‘Go Live’ license for publishing apps on Windows Phone Marketplace

    Windows Phone SDK 7.1 RC is now live on the Download Center and the Marketplace is able to ingest WP7.5 apps. This release represents a large step for the platform, the Release Candidate (RC) build empowers the developer to not only develop their Windows Phone 7.5 apps, but it also includes a ‘ Go Live...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone SDK 7.1 RC available now with ‘Go Live’ license for publishing apps on Windows Phone Marketplace

    Windows Phone SDK 7.1 RC is now live on the Download Center and the Marketplace is able to ingest WP7.5 apps. This release represents a large step for the platform, the Release Candidate (RC) build empowers the developer to not only develop their Windows Phone 7.5 apps, but it also includes a ‘ Go Live...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone SDK 7.1 “Beta 2 Refresh” Released - update your phone and tools

    Yesterday, the Windows Phone team released a refresh of the Windows Phone SDK 7.1 to registered developers. The refresh consists of two parts: the release of an updated Windows Phone SDK 7.1 and the Mango OS (Build 7712). Now is the time to install the updated tools and upgrade your phone. Install the...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7.1 (Mango) SDK Beta 2 and device upgrade for registered developers

    Last week, the Windows Phone Developer team announced the availability of Windows Phone OS 7.1 codenamed Mango for registered Windows Phone developers. This means that as of now, registered developers can update their retail device to the Beta 2 of Mango. Here are some details about this program: You...
  • Blog Post: Quick tip (link): Mobile Test Drive site

    You probably know Internet Explorer Test Drive , where you can find several developer demos on the different features in HTML5. It’s also the site where you can find the Platform Preview for Internet Explorer 10. Now, with Internet Explorer 9 coming to Windows Phone ‘Mango’, the IE team has created a...
  • Blog Post: Quick tip (link) – Convergence of the three screens

    Microsoft NEXT ( http://microsoft.com/next/ ) is one of my favorite blogs to discover amazing inspiration about technology today and in the future. Steve Clayton ( @stevecla ) delivers content that should not be missed in your RSS reader. This time, again he has done it: in the article “ Connecting the...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 “Mango”: download SDK and consumer features unveiled

    On May 24th Microsoft held a press conference announcing many of the new features coming to the next version Windows Phone 7. Codename for this version is “Mango” so we’ll refer to it by that name in the rest of this post. Note that the official name in the documentation is Windows Phone 7.1 beta. Mango...
  • Blog Post: Update to Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows Phone 7 includes ACS and Storage Queues

    Earlier this week at TechEd North America , an update to the Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows Phone 7 has been released (that toolkit is a mouthful !). With this third release in just two months, the toolkit get some nice extra enhancements to help you build Windows Phone 7 apps taking advantage of...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Toolkits for iOS, Android, and WP7

    As announced on the Official Microsoft Blog , the Windows Azure Toolkit for iOS (v1.0.0) are now available. The toolkit contains resources and services designed to make it easier for iOS developers to use Windows Azure.  This release pushes forward the momentum around Mobile + Cloud, and expands...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 “Mango”: what’s coming for app developers

    Last week at MIX11 we announced the next update coming to Windows Phone 7. Joe Belfiore , overseeing Windows Phone Program Management came on stage to address the audience eager for more on Windows Phone. While starting with an update on why some ‘Nodo’ updates are taking longer than expected...
  • Blog Post: Official TechDays 2011 Belux Windows Phone app now available

    The official TechDays 2011 WP7 App developed by RealDolmen is now available on the Marketplace . The app will give you the ability to browse to the current and upcoming sessions. Once the session is started you can give live feedback and follow upon what others think about the sessions. If you want to...
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