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  • Blog Post: How will the next Shakespeare create their masterwork?

    Today we celebrate William Shakespeare's 450th birthday, commemorating the life and work of a man whose 36 plays have stood the test of time. Well, he really wrote 38 plays -- 2 of them were left out of the first edition of his collected work. Actually, make that 40 plays, but we've lost 2 of them. Of...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started: OneNote Web App

    Originally posted on the Office Blogs 28th January The OneNote Web App lets you capture and access notes and ideas from any web browser. With no download required, you can use it anywhere: at your friend’s house, at the airport, or even on a device that doesn’t have OneNote already installed. If you...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with GameMaker Studio for Windows 8 and Windows Phone

    Originally posted on the UK Faculty Connection blog .     Updating your game for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 with GameMaker: Studio™ is easy Want to learn more? Check out the getting started resources below. Windows 8 How to get Windows 8 Windows 8 Platform Overview Setup GameMaker: Studio...
  • Blog Post: Student-Developed Windows Phone Apps

    The Underground app is all about student developers and the great experiences they create for Windows Phone. If you don’t know about this app yet – we will fill you in. The Underground app was created to feature apps and games developed by students. Support your peers, learn from them and join the student...
  • Blog Post: How students can build a Windows Phone app in 30 days

    The Generation App website, from the Windows Phone team, is a really well structured guide to developing apps for the Windows Phone. And ‘well structured’ means that it talks you through a 30-day plan to design, build, test, distribute and monetize applications for Windows Phone – and connects to all...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Windows Phone 8

    By Joe Belfiore Three years ago I was lucky to join the Windows Phone team at a time when we were “resetting” our approach to mobile operating system software. We made big changes to our design, our approach to partners, and our platform. The result was Windows Phone 7. Now it’s time to start telling...
  • Blog Post: Controlling access on your child’s Windows Phone

    Did you know there are a few basic parental controls that give you some say over things like what apps and games your child can download on their Windows Phone? In this brief post, I’ll introduce you to the Windows Phone-related control settings and show you how to set them up. (If you’re feeling really...
  • Blog Post: 10 things you didn’t know your Nokia Lumia could do

    Originally posted on Windows Phone Blog There’s a new poll out hinting that many people flocking to Windows Phone and handsets like the new Nokia Lumia 900 are former Apple and Android owners. If you are a proud new Lumia owner—or just new to Windows Phone period—then you’ll...
  • Blog Post: Student Windows Phone developer Q & A

    Questions answered by Windows Phone expert Ben Lower Originally posted by Microsoft Student A big shout out to Ben Lower and all the student developers that participated in the exciting chat this morning on the Microsoft Student Facebook page! If you missed it or want to read the advice that Ben gave...
  • Blog Post: Interesting Opportunity for Academic App developers to win some great prizes

    The Nokia Lumia 800 Windows Phone is now available as a reward with the Windows Phone UK Developer Reward Programme . By simply joining the UK Developer rewards programme Educators and Students can get rewarded with loads of other fantastic prizes for building Windows Phone App and publishing it on the...
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