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  • Blog Post: Mango Jump Start Training Recordings Available

    The Windows Phone “Mango” Jump Start Training with Rob Miles and Andy Wigley that took place on 23/24th August is now available to view on demand on Channel 9 . This is  a great way to learn about Windows Phone development and upcoming enhancements in the Mango release. There are a total of 14 session...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone “Mango” Jump Start Training 23rd/24th August

    Building on the success of the original Windows Phone 7 Jump Start training , the dynamic duo* will be in action again to deliver free Mango Jump Start training live on 23rd and 24th August – 2 full days of it! Day One — August 23, 2011 | 8am-4pm PDT | Live online training ( 4pm – midnight in UK ) Building...
  • Blog Post: PDC 10 Sessions - The Pick of the Bunch

    I’ve created a list of my favourite PDC10 videos for next week’s MSDN Flash and thought I’d share it here first so you get early access. The Future of C# and Visual Basic The Future of F# Lambdas, Lambdas Everywhere LINQ, Take Two – Realizing the LINQ to Everything Dream Inside Internet Explorer 9 Performance...
  • Blog Post: A Few Upcoming Windows Phone 7 Related Webcasts

    9/11/2010 MSDN Webcast: Integrating Sensor and Location Support 11/11/2010 MSDN Webcast: The Associated Press: Embracing a Multi-screen Ecosystem for News Delivery 18/11/2010 MSDN Webcast: Better User Experience with Windows 7 Multitouch and Gestures 2/12/2010 MSDN Webcast: Delivering Multiscreen Experiences...
  • Blog Post: PDC10 Round Up

    This week’s MSDN Flash features a PDC10 round up by Andrew Sinclair – a valiant effort given Andrew wasn’t there in person but took advantage of the live streaming of PDC10 as well as the on-demand facility. Below are a few photos I took at the Reading event where we were joined by about 200 developers...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 Jumpstart Training On-Demand

    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 . Introduction Building a Windows Phone Silverlight Application...
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