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Earlier this week our refreshed Windows Mobile developer portal went live! Shortly thereafter, I was privileged to meet with Program Manager Michelle Rowley.  In this embedded video clip, Michelle takes us on a tour of the new site and offers some great tips on how developers can take action today.
 
 
 
One of the most distinct divisions within the site Overview section are the separate tabs for developing and distributing applications.  The Distributing Applications tab offers a link to sign up for the Developer Newsletter to be notified about early registration for selling your application in the Windows Marketplace for Mobile. 
Before you can distribute applications you must have an application worth distributing.  The LEARN MORE link within the Developing Applications tab takes you to the Getting Started section of the site, where you can follow 3 simple steps: Develop, Test, and Distribute.
Need a shoulder to lean on once in a while? Are you an expert who thrives on taking others under your wing?  Become an active member of the Windows Mobile developer community!  Within the Community section you will find links to engage via Twitter, Facebook, and of course our Windows Mobile Team Blog, among many other community resources.
In closing, stay tuned for more information within the Marketplace section of our site, sign up for the Developer Newsletter, and get started writing the next killer mobile app!
 
 
 
 
 
 

Comments (2)

  1. 8r13n says:

    I am so sick of seeing non-technical people.  Here’s what I think of this video….

    Blah blah blah blah -= look at me I’m a good looking woman =- blah blah blah blah…

    Seriously, this is such a pointless video.  It’s all marketing talking-points and no substance.  They’re just reading the freakin’ screen!?!

    Oh yeah, and those the silly Designed for Windows Mobile guides are from 2007!!!   GET WITH THE FREAKIN’ PROGRAM, IT’S 2009!!!!

    GET WITH THE FREAKIN’ PROGRAM MICROSOFT!!!!  

  2. MSDNArchive says:

    Thanks for the comment, 8r13n.  You raise an interesting point about technical vs non-technical content.  The purpose of this video was exactly as you say — to step through a few pages on the new Web site and show developers where they can discover the content that they have been asking for.  Discoverability of the vast sea of technical content that we produce is a high priority for our team.

    That said, please feel free to elaborate on any technical videos that you would like to see in the future.  In the meantime I’d like to refer you to the 24 hour Webcast series which is available for download on MSN Video.

    http://video.msn.com/?user=2910948362917773750

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