Going Metro in your Windows Phone Apps

I’ve been on the road for the better part of the month of November, meeting with developers and IT Pros across the country and it’s been a blast.  Because I’m the guy on the MS Canada evangelism team most focused on Windows Phone, more often than not those conversations trend towards mobile.  One of the…

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GoWebMo! Mobile Web Development on Windows Phone

HTML5 is all the rage these days and with good reason.  As the HTML5 specification moves closer to ratification as a standard (and yes, that’s still a ways away), the capabilities of HTML5 continue to improve, as does support for it on browsers.  Now the debate is starting to rage as to whether app developers…

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31 Days of Mango: #31AwesomeWPDevTutorials

If you’re looking to start learning Windows Phone 7.5 development, this could be the perfect place for you to start!  Jeff Blankenburg from Microsoft has compiled (or rather, at the time of publication of this post is compiling) a series of 31 tutorials on how to implement Windows Phone 7.5 Apps. The tutorials are “snack-sized”,…

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Did you know? TechDays Attendees get a free copy of Telerik Rad Controls for Windows Phone!

Although many of the attendees from TechDays Toronto already know this, for those of you attending TechDays in Vancouver or Montreal (or maybe this is added incentive to register for Techdays in those cities…), our great partner Telerik has generously supplied every attendee with a free license for their Telerik Rad Controls for Windows Phone…

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TechDays Post-Event Resources: Windows Client/Windows Phone Track

TechDays is in full swing, with (as of the time of writing of this post), TechDays Toronto complete and TechDays Vancouver and Montreal upcoming, now is a good time to provide you with some post-conference resources that you can refer to if you want to try out the technologies from the sessions you saw in…

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