Get (Hack)Ready to Develop for Windows Phone
Whether you’ve been contemplating it for a while or it’s the killer new Nokia phones that have piqued you interest in developing for Windows Phone 7, you’ll want to take advantage of a great opportunity to learn how to go from start to marketplace in a series of seven webcasts in April .
My colleagues Dani Diaz and Linsday Rutter will be presenting these on-line sessions every Tuesday and Thursday in April beginning tomorrow April 3rd at 1 p.m. ET. Dani and Lindsay have have mentored numerous entrepreneurs, students, and just plain ole developers like me to successful launches in the Windows Marketplace, so you’ll be certain to get deep and relevant content to make you successful as a Windows Phone developer.
Here is the complete list of webcasts – sign up for as many as you like.
|Date||Topic (and registration link)|
|April 3, 2012||Introduction to the Windows Phone Platform|
|April 5, 2012||Working with Internal and External Data in Windows Phone|
|April 10, 2012||Understanding Windows Phone’s Application Lifecycle and State Management|
|April 12, 2012||Working with Windows Phone Sensors and Other APIs|
|April 17, 2012||Enhancing the User Experience and App Usability with Live Tiles, Push Notifications, and Background Agents|
|April 19, 2012||Enhancing Performance and Application Testing|
|April 24, 2012||Ready, Set, Publish: Everything You Need to Know About Releasing Your Apps|