BizSparkCamp: Windows Phone 7

On Tuesday I joined about a hundred other people at the BizSparkCamp WP7 event at Microsoft's offices in Cardinal Place. I captured a few photos of the day and thought it might be fun to share them here.

Everyone there shared a common interest in building great mobile applications on the Windows Phone 7 platform. At the end of the day was a pitch contest - Sara has a lot more detail on that in her blog post. All in all it was a great day with a nice combination of networking, technical sessions and some business pragmatism. I'm looking forward to seeing some of these ideas in the flesh in the not-too-distant future!

(If you're curious about what BizSpark is, you can find out here).


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Comments (2)

  1. WindowsPhoneSucks says:

    iPhone 4, the best smartphone in the world is here.

    Windows Phone are for losers, and for least users.

    It is not the smartphone you would really use, Its the first that you would junk among others.

    I would really love to hear customer horrors about windows phone, especially on virus infection.

  2. MikeO [MSFT] says:

    I appreciate you taking the time to set out such a well reasoned argument. I personally believe there's room in the market for choice and that means multiple smart phone devices, OSs and apps. Let's see what happens shall we? Mike

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