Windows® Marketplace for Mobile Developer Strategy Announced!

When Windows® Marketplace for Mobile was originally announced on February 16th, we indicated that additional information would be available soon. Well, the waiting is over. Today, Microsoft announced the developer strategy for the next generation of Windows® Phones, which includes a number of key benefits for developers. In our previous post, we discussed how Marketplace…

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Andrew Seybold's Innovation Rally at International CTIA Wireless 2009

The Andrew Seybold Innovation Rally, offered for the first time this year as part of ANDREW SEYBOLD WIRELESS UNIVERSITY, offers an up-close look at how some of today’s most innovative thinkers are rallying to create and deploy new mobile services that extend their lead over the rest of the industry. This racing-themed program will provide…

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Windows Mobile Blog Article Suggestions

Hello world. My name is Luke Nyswonger and I manage the Windows Mobile SDK documentation team in addition to promoting an active blogging community here at Microsoft. Over the past 3 months we’ve tried to put a steady stream of consumer and developer focused content out to the community for commentary and collaboration. Now we’re…

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Windows Mobile Application Showcase

A few weeks ago we mentioned the new developer portal at http://developer.windowsmobile.com, which is showcasing some interesting applications. If you haven’t taken a look already, I’d encourage you to go check it out. Two of the showcase apps that I’ve been trying out lately are Pointui Home and Kinoma Play. Pointui Home is an application…

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New Developer Portal

As you can see the blog has a fresh new look. I think it looks great I suggest you also check the new portal at  http://developer.windowsmobile.com – Learn all about developing apps for Windows Mobile.    From Start, Develop, Test to Release   – Got interesting mobile code and topics to contribute or simply want to…


Welcome to the New Windows Mobile Developer Center

A quick glance at the Windows Mobile Developer Center clues you in to the fact that we’ve done a complete overhaul of the site.  For years, our “bread and butter” has been delivering you content on Smart Device Development which most often included articles on building apps with the .NET Compact Framework and SQL Server…