Learn Windows Phone 7 Development in 7 Minutes Each

msdevMSDEV presents Windows phone 7 Series development in a set of 7-minute classes each. This series of short, code-focused videos you’ll learn how to build applications for Microsoft’s revolutionary new mobile platform, Windows Phone 7 Series. Each video is under seven minutes long, so you can learn something new over your next coffee break

See Windows Phone 7 in 7.

Introducing Windows Phone 7 Series. In February 2010, Microsoft announced its revolutionary mobile platform, Windows Phone 7 Series. In this video you’ll get to know the features that make Windows Phone 7 unique and get a glimpse at what it will be like to build applications for the next generation of Windows phones.

Getting Started with Windows Phone 7 Series. In this brief video, you’ll learn everything you need to know to get started building applications for Windows Phone 7 series… You’ll learn where to download the tools, how to get them installed, and how to create a simple Windows Phone 7 application.

The Windows Phone 7 Series Application Architecture. Windows 7 Phone 7 Series represents a complete departure from previous versions of Windows Mobile. In this video, get to know the architecture that will support the apps that you’ll be building for Windows Phone 7.

Silverlight and Windows Phone 7. The easiest way to develop for Windows Phone 7 series is with the familiar Microsoft Silverlight platform. In this video, see how Windows Phone supports Silverlight and how you can use XAML and .NET to build a simple Silverlight-based Windows Phone application.

XNA and Windows Phone 7. Microsoft XNA Framework is a set of software, services and resources for developing games on Microsoft platforms. In this video, see how XNA can be used to build games that target Windows Phone 7 Series.

Bruce D. Kyle
ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation

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