Windows Phone Camp

What’s a Windows Phone Camp?
A free, full day event chock-full of everything you need to know to develop a Windows Phone application. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just getting started with .NET development this full-day event is for you. Interested in profit? We’ll also lead discussions on how to monetize your applications and generate profits with your apps.

Don’t miss the new Windows Phone 7.5 (codename “Mango”) features as well – with detailed sessions in the afternoon around Fast Application Switching, Multitasking, Live Tiles, Push Notifications, and more.

The day will be capped with an open lab hands-on session and prizes for apps completed. This is the perfect opportunity to begin work on your dream application, or finish that app you’ve already started, with Windows Phone experts there to guide you every step of the way. Bring your own laptop to join in the fun and show off your killer app!

Date: 11/12/2011
Register: https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032494663&Culture=en-US

Agenda

8:00 AM Arrival & Registration
9:00 AM Windows Phone  7.5 Overview for Developers
9:45 AM Building Windows Phone 7.5 Applications with Visual Studio
10:45 AM   Break
11:00 AM Building Windows Phone 7.5 Applications with Silverlight 
12:00 PM     Lunch
12:45 PM Windows Phone 7.5 Fast Application Switching, Tombstoning,
and Multitasking
1:45 PM     Break
2:00 PM Live Tiles and Push Notifications
3:00 PM     Monetizing a Windows Phone 7.5 Application
3:30 PM Build Your App or Work on a Hands-On Lab
5:00 PM Be What’s Next > Event Closing & Raffle


Prerequisites

Bring a notebook computer and identification. Also check out the APP HUB where you can get developer tools, learn about application features, understand common task for Apps and register and load your APP.

Your chance to win*
Don’t miss a chance to win your very own Windows Phone (ARV $500) – plus many other cool prizes. No purchase necessary, but you must be present to win.


Notes:

This event is brought to you by Microsoft and is free of charge. However, you are responsible for booking and paying for your own travel and accommodations.

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