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    Phone App Pricing Beyond $0.99

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    As a buyer of phone apps this is a blog post that I may one day regret but it is worth writing.  I have often wondered why most phone applications sell for $0.99 or less including free.  There are probably several reasons for this but my feeling...
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    Channel 9 Follow-Up

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    During my Channel 9 interview at the Visual Studio launch I promised that I would follow up on a question for using XNA with Visual Studio 2010.  If you are using Visual Studio 2010 Professional (or higher) and have installed the Windows Phone Developer...
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    Updates from DevConnections

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    Today was a fun day in Las Vegas.  It started off with the Keynote this morning where Microsoft’s Server & Tools Business President Bob Muglia announced the release of Visual Studio 2010.  Sam Gazitt, Doug Seven and I gave demonstrations...
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    Visual Studio 2010 Launch at DevConnections

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    On Monday April 12th we are going to be launching Visual Studio 2010.  This is an exciting day as there are a lot of new features in this release that will help developers simply create applications for the web, cloud, phone, Windows, database and...
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    Updates from Mix

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    In yesterday’s blog post I talked about my fun with using the Windows Phone Development Tools. Working at the Windows Phone booth at Mix yesterday I met a lot of people who are actively using Visual Studio and have or were soon going to download the CTP...
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    Discovering Windows Phone Developer Tools

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    Windows Phone 7 Series phones are designed for end users while providing an exciting development experience for developers. Today at Mix 2010 Microsoft announced the release of the Windows Phone Developer Tools CTP. For the past few months I have had...
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    New Beginnings… Start of My Next Pursuit

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    It is common to write a “Hello World” application when starting on a new platform. This is my first MSDN blog post so I would like to start by saying “Hello MSDN” and to thank you for taking the time to read my post. I hope you will find my posts useful...
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