Join me for a developer webcast for Windows Phone 7.5

Tomorrow (Thursday, January 19, 2012) at 1PM ET/10AM PT, I will be conducting a three hour webcast on how to develop for Windows Phone 7.5 and an overview of the Windows Phone Marketplace.  During this webcast, I will discuss and show how to implement Windows Phone 7.5 features in your apps like using the accelerometer, camera, fast app resume, local database, push notifications like live tile notifications among other features.

If you are interested in learning about the new and improved features of Windows Phone in version 7.5 of the OS, I would like to invite you to join in on a webcast I will be conducting on developing apps for the platform.  I expect it will be informative and fun and hopefully you can join us!  If you cannot join live, have no fear as the webcast will be recorded (I will update this post at some point after the webcast is done, probably in the week of January 23 with the link and resources).


Windows Phone 7 presents a fresh user interface and a smartphone platform with a unique value proposition for consumers, businesses and application developers. Windows Phone represents a new way to interact with friends, family and work in a mobile context and it delivers this experience in a way that is both productive and enjoyable. In this online event, Paul Laberge from Microsoft will provide you with an overview of the Windows Phone 7.5 platform from a application developer’s perspective as well as present the market opportunity that Windows Phone provides you as a developer. By the end of this session, you will be able to begin developing applications for Windows Phone and understand some of the most effective ways to market your solution in the Marketplace.


Date:  Thursday, January 19, 2012

Time:  1PM ET / 10AM PT

Duration: 3 Hours

Registration Link:

I look forward to seeing you there!


UPDATED:  This webcast is now available on-demand here.  Please note that it requires you to register (for free) on the site if you haven’t already; if you need to register, be aware that it takes a few minutes for your registration to activate so you may need to wait a little bit before getting to the on-demand webcast.

Comments (2)
  1. Alex says:


    Is the recording of this session available for download anywhere?

    Thank you,


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