Students get developing for Windows Phone today!


 

 

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Microsoft DreamSpark includes free Dev Center registration as well as many more benefits.

Did you know that your Dev Center registration entitles you to unlock a device for testing and submit apps for publication to the Windows Phone Store?

If you need a bit of help getting started, the links below take you to a range of training, design assistance and sample code to get you on your way to building outstanding Windows Phone apps and games.

▶ Brand new to Windows Phone development? Check out this video series before you start: Windows Phone Development for Absolute Beginners

▶ Windows Phone 8 Training: Windows Phone 8 Jump Start

▶ Design System Training: Windows Phone Design Boot Camp

▶ Hands-on-labs: Windows Phone 8 Training Kit

▶ Sample Code: Windows Phone Samples

You can also keep up-to-date on technical guidance, latest news and information on the official Windows Phone Developer Blog, Inside Windows Phone, and on Twitter at @wpdev.

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There’s never been a better time than right now to get started, and we’re with you all the way and also get some awesome goodies whilst your at it with the UK Windows App Builder Reward Programme. This loyalty programme is for UK Windows Phone app builders who publish new and innovative apps between 4 Feb to 31 Mar 2013.

A fantastic line up of new and exciting prizes await, so get started building your original apps for Windows Phone and Windows Store, leveraging Windows Azure.

▶ Register yourself on the UK App Builder Reward Programme website

▶ Build & publish your original & unique app.

▶ Claim your points and redeem them for rewards.

Terms & Conditions available here UK App Builder Reward Programme.

Comments (2)

  1. M says:

    The TC says " who have the applicable UK Windows Store and/or Windows Phone Developer Account."

    And the website wants both Winstore _and_ Phone dev ID to register.. What happened to OR ?

    Also they don't use Live logins – you have to create their own login. Association with Microsoft is not clear at all.. Before I found this blog – I thought that was phishing website.

    Microsoft need to endorse this in a more clear and obvious way. Integration with Live would help too.

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