All the sessions from the Windows Phone 7 Jump Start training are now available on demand. Follow the links below for access. That’s a total of about 12 hours of free training all delivered by our very own local MVPs Rob Miles and Andy Wigley.
And if anyone out there is a comedy writer and could offer to polish Rob’s material, I think you’d have the gratitude of thousands of developers :).
As usual, I’ve updated my list of Windows Phone 7 Resources to include the above.
Thanks for the link.
And as for polishing my material. What do you think I've been doing for the last twenty years?
Just as a note this isn't twitter so don't use bit.ly to hide where all of the URL's actually point to.
bit.ly has many uses beyond Twitter. In fact it's difficult to browse anywhere these days without encountering shortened links. If you're on a one man mission to turn this around, good luck to you :) Mike
true.... as a reader, why not just concentrate on the content. short link or no short link. what matters is the content. +1 for Mike.
I've noticed sites like bit.ly specifically clig.gs have been putting an intermediate page between the user and the link. Not a good trend to start seeing. Twitter is making everything dumb with the limit... and of course, where is the value in twitter. I have 4500 followers and as a test one day i decided to hit twitter hard with an update every 30 min or so with links to my sites. With all my effort I was rewarded with 25 hits from twitter that day. Useless as a tool to drive traffic.
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Thanks for the links.....You have beautifully presented your thought in this blog post......
This is really going to be interesting. Google and MS locking horns on another front, it can only be good for the end user.