Windows Phone 7 Series Thoughts

Waiting for Launch, Picking my Phone When I first saw the announcements about the latest generation of Windows phones, I was skeptical about how useful the differences would be.  The concepts of hubs and live tiles are pretty different from what everyone else (Google, Apple, Palm) is doing:  Android has gadgets which are similar to…

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Windows Developer Center Updates for the week of 12/24/2010

One of the last weeks of the year!  The office has been very slow this week and there haven’t been content updates or releases due to the limited people working. That said, I have a few reminders and recommendations for content that might be helpful for budding and experienced programmers: The Beginner Developer Learning Center – A…

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MIX11: Open Call for Content & Early Bird Incentives

If you are a web designer or developer, you might be interested in the following recent announcements for MIX11 which wil be happening in Vegas just 3 months from now.  Historically, there have been tons of awesome announcments and releases from Microsoft at MIX including PowerPivot, Twitter Archivist, and Okapi. Be a “Best of Web”…

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Windows Developer Center Updates for 12/17/2010

There are a few things that have been going on for Windows developers over the past week: Imagine Cup is spinning up again, the next US finals take place in Seattle, WA on April, 2011. The Windows Developer Boot camp program has made developments and  Cool Multitouch articles from @jennifermarsman Find us on Twitter, now…

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Windows Developer Center Updates for 12/10/2010

Last week we added a few new whitepapers for accessibility.  This week, we announced the Windows Development Bootcamps and published new howto videos. New Whitepapers The Microsoft Web Accessibility Handbook is a downloadable book that covers various topics for creating Web sites and Web applications that are optimized for accessibility.  There are a number of…

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