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  • Blog Post: Deeplinking available for Marketplace apps

    Last week a new feature for Windows Mobile 6.x developers was rolled out, to enable marketing of their applications. A deeplink points a user directly to your applications details page either on the Marketplace website or the Marketplace on-device client. Full details of deeplinking and example...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Discussion thread on Windows Phone 7 Series

    Deeps De Silva, from our Developer team here in Oz, has started an MSDN discussion thread on Developing for Windows Phone 7 Series & he wants your thoughts. The discussion thread is at  http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-AU/msdngeneralau/thread/59590417-1a0b-4117-b83a-043833b95cd8 ....
  • Blog Post: MIX10 Windows Phone Sessions

    Charlie Kindel has posted that recordings of MIX10 sessions are starting to be posted on http://live.visitmix.com/videos For the Windows Phone specific listing check out Charlie’s post at Videos of MIX10 Windows Phone sessions . DonK
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 Series – download Dev tools, training, book preview

    In the Keynote at MIX 10 today the availability of the developer tools was announced. One highlight in the announcement is that the entire Windows Phone developer environment is free, and will be when the product releases. The Windows Phone 7 Series developer site has gone live so you can grab Community...
  • Blog Post: Marketplace updates – what it means for Developers

    I just posted about the changes in the client update for Marketplace for users of Windows phone, so what was announced/has changed for developers. This is taken from Todd Brix post on the WMDev blog . Developer experience improvements Free app submissions to additional markets: ISVs will no longer have...
  • Blog Post: Windows Marketplace for Mobile – Updates go live

    There have been a set of upgrades go live on Windows Marketplace for Mobile through today – full details are on the updates is available on the windows team blog . Summary of the updates; 1. Developer Portal improvements & stronger anti-piracy protection 2. Browse & Buy applications from the...
  • Blog Post: Master Codemason Competition – The finalists announced

    The three Master Codemason Competition finalists have been decided, and are all booked for their trip to TechEd next week. We were really impressed by the range of entries we received, covering Lifestyle apps, Music & Video, Business, Utility, Travel, Education – there was social networking integration...
  • Blog Post: How to win a TechEd ticket

    With TechEd Australia all sold out there's still a way for you to win a fully paid ticket to TechEd Australia on the Gold Coast (with 3 nights accom & flights)!  Enter the Master Codemason Competition Simply submit your Windows Mobile app concept by this Friday - August 21, 2009 and you could...
  • Blog Post: Debug Days – Rego’s now open

    Timing is close we know so here are the rego links for next weeks Debug Days – all start @ 4.30pm at the Microsoft office in each location. Brisbane – Monday 10th : Level 9, 1 Waterfront Place, Brisbane . Sydney – Tuesday 11th: 1 Epping Road, North Ryde . Melbourne – Wednesday 12th: Level 5, 4 Freshwater...
  • Blog Post: Codemasons’ Debug Days are coming – next week!

    Next week we will be holding a series of events to help developers get their application development moving for Windows Mobile 6.5 and into Marketplace. These Debug Days will be held from 4.30pm till 9pm on; Monday August 10th – Microsoft Brisbane, Level 9 Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle St, Brisbane...
  • Blog Post: Codemason Competitions Launched

    We have just opened two competition for developers in Australia, with the opportunity to win great prizes, all for getting your great concept for a Windows phone application. Here’s information for them both; 1. Master Codemason Competition For developers - do you have a clever concept for a Windows...
  • Blog Post: Windows Mobile 6.5 – Dev Training : Jumpstart Live Meeting #3

    Registration for #3 in the Codemason’s Guild Live Meeting Series (Jumpstart) is open. Friday July 31st at 1pm is the 3nd in our series of Live Meetings to help Australian developers get started developing for Windows Mobile 6.5 – and to get those apps in Marketplace ( Windows Marketplace for Mobile ...
  • Blog Post: Codemasons’ Guild – Jumpstart Live Meeting #2 Q&A

    Last Friday James McCutcheon , Dave Glover & I (DonK) hosted the second in the Codemasons’ Guild Jumpstart series. If you want to review the first two LiveMeetings or look at either for the first time – head to www.codemasons.com.au , Jumpstart #1 is up, and Jumpstart #2 will be shortly. We had some...
  • Blog Post: Jumpstart Live Meeting #2 – today 1pm

    Don’t forget the second in the Codemasons’ Guild Jumpstart Live Meeting series takes place today, 1pm. If you haven’t registered already, then head to http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/InviteOnly.aspx?EventID=69-37-B7-CD-C8-36-0B-BE-A3-7D-8A-9E-99-94-9E-CE&culture=en-AU We will be covering off getting...
  • Blog Post: Marketplace announcements

    Overnight (Oz time) the Marketplace team made some significant announcements at Worldwide Partner Conference; Application Submission Opens on July 27th: Windows Marketplace will open for application submissions from 29 supported countries July 27. Windows Mobile 6 and 6.1 Support: Windows Marketplace...
  • Blog Post: Using Gestures in Windows Mobile 6.5

    There is updated technical documentation for developers on Using Gestures in 6.5 that has been added to the MSDN Library. It is a language reference section containing descriptions of programming elements for touch events, gestures, and gesture animations. Head to http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library...
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