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It is time to get a jump-start on building apps for Windows Phone 7 with this FREE 2-day hands-on training event. This is your opportunity to learn how to build Silverlight or XNA applications that take advantage of the many Windows Phone 7 platform features. We added few more seats to these two FREE events:
At these events, we’ll introduce all the basic topics required to start building Silverlight applications or XNA games. We’ll cover the Windows Phone 7 platform, the frameworks, and both designer and developer tooling. We’ll also cover the process for publishing your application or game to the Marketplace. These topics will be reinforced by hands-on-labs where you get to practice on your own laptops. This event will take a basic approach so, while it is not required to know Silverlight and .NET, it is highly recommended. The event will include technical content that is a few levels above the content shown during Mix. But with that said, developers new to the platform are welcome (encouraged, even!) to attend.
Attendees are expected to bring their own laptops and to participate in the Hands-On Labs, and to write their own applications. Technical prerequisites:
To save time, be sure to have the following installed on your laptop before arriving for the event:
Knowledge and experience with previous versions of Visual Studio, C#, Silverlight, and XNA is useful but not required.
These are FREE Events; just register and show up! You’ll only have to take care of your accommodations.
See you soon
Cool.. I will definitely make it
Will some portion of these be recorded or, is the content already in existing videos? I have watched all of the MIX videos and would like to get more in depth training on Win Phone 7, but cannot make it to either event.
I hope this type of training can make it to the midwest at some point.
You should remove this 'free' image, is a registered trademark from a french ISP :)
Hi there are all the topics listed in agenda available for offline viewing for people who could not make it?