Recap of MIX10 Day 1

We kicked off MIX10 this morning to a packed house of designers and developers who are building the world’s most innovative consumer-facing and enterprise Web and desktop applications.  Attendees come from around the world and represent top web sites, web start-ups, interactive agencies and other organizations that do business on the Web. And with the wealth of new announcements about Windows Phone 7 Series and Silverlight today, the energy onsite is electric as developers look forward taking everything they’ll learn this week to develop next generation applications for the Web, desktop and devices in the coming months.

To start things off, Scott Guthrie, CVP, .NET Developer Platform, kicked off the day by announcing the Silverlight 4 Release Candidate then dug into building Windows Phone 7 Series apps with Silverlight, XNA Framework, Visual Studio 2010 and Expression Blend.  During the keynote Joe Belfiore, CVP, Windows Phone Management, showed a bunch of great mobile applications and talked about how Windows Phone 7 Series brings a new platform and new opportunity for developers and designers.


You can watch the whole Day 1 Keynote here:

Scott Guthrie also talked about increased Silverlight adoption and momentum in the market, which is showcased by the depth and breadth of businesses that are betting on Silverlight. To see how companies around the world are using Silverlight, check out this highlight reel which showcases over a dozen new Silverlight solutions:

Developers and designers can pick up the Silverlight 4 Release Candidate here.  You can learn more about Silverlight Development for Windows Phone here and grab the tools to get started today here. The rest of the day was packed with sessions and there are still two more great days of MIX ahead!  Be sure to keep tabs on and follow #mix10 on Twitter.  Tomorrow’s keynotes will be streamed at 9AM PDT and all sessions will be recorded and available online within 24 hours.
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