I’m delighted to announce that the team behind Windows Phone 7 is visiting Dublin on June 3rd to conduct a free developer workshop. The workshop will cover building applications for Windows Phone 7 in both Silverlight & XNA.
Here’s an overview of the event – you can register now at http://bit.ly/winphoneIRL
Date: Thursday, June 3, 2010 Time: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM Location: Westbury Hotel Grafton Street Dublin 2 Ireland Level: 200-300 Language: English Audience: Any developer interested in creating for a brand-new Phone marketplace
Join us to learn about the exciting new Windows Phone 7 developer platform! Windows Phone 7 will open up a host of new application and multi-screen development opportunities, and this briefing will give you a jumpstart in understanding how to take advantage of them.
o Platform and the tools o Introduction to the Application Model o Input Modes and device features: touch, accelerometer, camera, and GPS o Push Notifications - XNA programming for Windows Phone. o Introduction to XNA o Platform and the tools o Performance advise for game and application development on Windows Phone o Getting started with the platform. - Design and coding advice for your Windows Phone application. - Marketplace - Q & A
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We’re lucky in Ireland to have Ben Riga & Yochay Kiriaty join us from the team in Redmond.
Ben Riga Ben Riga is Senior Technical Evangelist for Windows Phone 7 in Microsoft's Developer and Platform Evangelism (DPE) group. His responsibilities include demonstrating the compelling business value of the Windows Phone platform and how it extends the Microsoft stack to the device to help customers and ISVs to more quickly deliver mobile applications. Ben supports the Microsoft field by engaging in key projects, recruiting target customers/partners, engaging customers and partners with feedback and managing the all-up engagement pipeline.
Yochay Kiriaty Yochay Kiriaty is a Senior Technical Evangelist at Microsoft, focusing on Windows Phone 7 and Windows 7. He has more than a decade of experience in Software development and management. He has written and taught academic Computer Science courses in several universities. He is the public face of the Windows 7 Developers Blog, written number of MSDN articles, and co-authored the Introduction to Windows 7 for Developers and Learning Windows Phone books.
Register today at http://bit.ly/winphoneIRL – see you Thursday June 3rd!