Windows Phone Curricula Resources DVD and Online resources



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DVD + On-line

Windows Phone Programming in C# by Prof Rob Miles;

WP7.5 update + extra modules
This material contains a ten chapter textbook with labs, demos and step by step instructions on how to create Windows Phone 7 applications.

1st & 2nd Year Programming courses

Introduction to Game Programming with XNA and Windows Phone 7 by Prof Kelvin Sung (UW)

WP7.5 update + new material

This material is a 16-hour course designed to teach students how to build a 2D interactive video game.

3rd & 4th Year (require background in data structure)

Introduction to Mobile Application Development Using Silverlight by Michael Iantosca.

WP7.5 update + new material

Students learn the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to develop a mobile application on the Windows Phone 7.5 platform using Microsoft Silverlight. 2nd & 3rd Year: background in programming needed (preferably C#, but C, C++, Java helps

Designing for Windows Phone by Microsoft

This material contains the following 7 lessons on how to design for the Windows Phone: METRO Design, Building WP7 Assets, Layout Controls in Expression Blend, Creating Animation and Basic Interactivity, Working with the Visual State Manager, Adding Data to your Application and Creating the Flickr4Fun app. [ HCI and Software Dev-t classes 1nd - 3rd Year: ]

Azure Mobile Curriculum by Rob Miles

Find out how Cloud computing works and what it brings to the Windows Phone user. The content will show you how to use the cloud for data storage and databases, farm out heavyweight tasks for cloud data processing and use the cloud to perform identity validation. [addition to above courses]

If you would like to receive a FREE copy of the CD please email with your University contact details and full UK postal address.



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