Hello World in Windows Phone 7! The 1st Screencast in a Brand New Series!!!

. Developers! Developers! Developers! We hope you enjoy this first screencast in a brand new series about developing apps for Windows Phone 7. We’ve just posted the first three tutorials of the series here on this blog – and the new ones are on their way! Please stay tuned!!! Developing applications for Windows Phone 7…

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Developing applications for Windows Phone 7 – Hello World in Silverlight

In this article we are going to create a simple “Hello World!” program using Silverlight. . Step # 1: Run “Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Express for Windows Phone” by clicking its icon from the Start menu (follow: Start > All Programs > Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Express). Wait for the IDE to load. . Step…

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Developing applications for Windows Phone 7 – Download and install the tools

In this article we are going to guide you through the process of obtaining the necessary tools to start developing apps for WP7 (namely – the Windows Phone Developer Tools, WPDT). Step # 1: Navigate to the App Hub We are about to download the required software from the official website for Windows Phone &…

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Developing applications for Windows Phone 7 – Intro

If you are a student with developer aspirations, passion for the newest technology, who enjoys taking new challenges and wants to engage with innovative technology “first hand” – whilst furthering his/her skillset and making money from it at the same time – then you’ve come to the right place! This series of posts has been…

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Umbraco UK Festival 2010

Last Friday (15th October) I attended the Umbraco UK Festival 2010. The event was held at De Morgan House in London and attracted about 80 enthusiasts & contributors (mainly ASP.NET Framework developers) of the project, and was the first of this type and scale within the UK. For those wondering what Umbraco is – it’s…

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Future of Web Apps Conference - London 2010

Last week, on Monday-Wednesday (4-6th of October) at The Brewery in London took place a conference named the “Future of Web Apps”. The team at Microsoft managed to attend the first two days of this fantastic event – we had a truly packed up schedule with some really cool stuff & fun along the way…

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