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    Want to develop for Windows Phone? Sign up for a free Windows Phone Camp

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    Want to start developing for Windows Phone, but not yet taken the plunge? Then this free day of training is the quickest way to find out all you need to know. The Windows Phone Camps will show you how to build Windows Phone apps from scratch. You'll...
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    What motivates developers?

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    Matt Ballantine is an experienced business technology leader with extensive media and creative industry knowledge. Since April this year he’s been applying that market experience to help Microsoft engage with developers and IT professionals across...
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    Angry Mango are first students to get a WP7 game published on Xbox LIVE

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    Angry Mango and their game ‘Mush’ has just been announced as an upcoming title for Xbox Live on Windows Phone at Gamescon . Building on their BAFT nomination last year, they now have the kudos of being the first students to develop a title...
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    This Fortnight's Top Jobs from MSemploy

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    Looking for a new opportunity? MSemploy is the only job board for Microsoft Certified Professionals serving the Microsoft Partner Network. Register here . This fortnight's featured jobs are here to tempt you... Role: Junior Developer Region...
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    What SDK/Platform are you most looking forward to developing on?

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    Ensure Your Apps are Published in All Markets

    Unless there’s a good reason not to do so, you probably want to have your app available in as many Marketplace markets as possible. In particular, now we’ve added 19 new consumer markets, taking us from 16 to 35 markets where your application can appear...
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    Windows Phone “Mango” Jump Start Training 23rd/24th August

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    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...
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    Publishing a Mango Update to an Existing App

    Assuming you’ve published Windows Phone applications to the Marketplace, you’re probably wondering how things will work if / when you want to update those apps to Mango. There’s a good post on the Windows Phone Developer Blog that details exactly what...
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    Surface 2.0 SDK Released

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    The Surface 2.0 SDK has been released along with a new developer centre , with resources like whitepapers, a design and interaction guide, hands on labs and forums. The Surface 2.0 SDK means you can create applications that take advantage of the new...
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    Building Windows 8 blog – B8

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    The Microsoft engineering team has launched a new blog to start a dialog about design choices, real-world data and usage, and new opportunities that are part of Windows 8. There'll be regular posts throughout the development of Windows 8, focussing on...
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    Make Your Website More like a Native App

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    By Justin Whitney . Justin is an iOS developer and video producer. He writes, directs, and produces video projects such as short films and promotional videos. Before mobile apps were mobile apps, they were Web apps. In other words, as companies ramped...
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    News, events and technical guidance, all in a Flash

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    If you didn't get this fortnight's MSDN Flash newsletter dropping through your email inbox on Wednesday, you missed the latest news, tech guidance and events happening near you. So go on, sign up to make sure you don't miss the next issue. Read...
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    John Travolta, this one’s for you

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    Not many of us can afford our own airliner so we probably don’t spend much time browsing the sites of Boeing and Airbus. But imagine for a moment you were in the market for a 737 (or you’re in the business of selling them). They’re big, expensive things...
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    The Native Code Renaissance?

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    One of the topics that’s been seeing some discussion both inside and outside of Microsoft lately is the idea of a “renaissance” for native code. It’s not my term but I’ve heard it used in a number of places and Channel 9 has just started a new TV series...
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    Top jobs from MSemploy

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    Looking for a career change? Fed up with your job? MSemploy could have just the thing... C# Senior Developer South West – Gloucestershire Microsoft Gold Competency Partner Silverlight Developer London – Westminster Microsoft...
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    Windows Azure Tools for Visual Studio 2010 1.4

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    Just a few days ago, the Azure team announced an update to their tooling for Visual Studio 2010 (Premium/Ultimate) which provides a few new features around MVC3, service configurations and package validation but also added Visual Studio’s profiling support...
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    What's the best nuget/open source package

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    LightSwitch in the Real World

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    Tim Leung interviews Garth Henderson about how he uses LightSwitch. Last week saw a major milestone in the development of the Microsoft LightSwitch, a new addition to the Microsoft Visual Studio family. After being in development for more than 2...
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    Fancy Building Your Own Tower Defence Game?

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    If you do, or you just fancy learning some more about XNA, the Coding4Fun guys have created an open source game engine for Windows Phone that might just help. Not only is it a fully-featured Tower Defence game (you can grab it from the Marketplace – search...
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    An F# focus in the August edition of MSDN Magazine

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    This month's MSDN Magazine has an FSharp focus - creator Don Syme explains why he felt it was necessary to create it and answers some of the most common questions on this new language. As well as FSharp, you can read about parallel programming, artificial...
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    Flickr App for Windows Phone

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    Last week in passing, Martin asked me if I’d seen the Flickr app for Windows Phone as it’s been nominated in the .net Awards “ Mobile App of the Year ” category. I’d seen it but I hadn’t paid much attention to it. Under the circumstances I thought I ought...
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