WP7 All-Day Event at JaxCodeCamp Aug. 28, 2010

Register for the events below at Jacksonville's Code Camp at http://www.jaxcodecamp.com 

SESSION1 – Windows Phone 7 Overview – A Look at the platform, the phone, and the ecosystem around it.  Full hands on walkthrough and demo of Windows Phone 7.  Explore the application approaches, the developer ecosystem and see some sample applications  - Joe Healy – Microsoft -  http://www.devfish.net

SESSION2 – Silverlight for Windows Phone 7 – Henry Lee – New Age Solutions - You’ve heard the fundamentals; now it’s time to dig a little deeper. This session will focus on building Windows Phone 7 applications with Microsoft Silverlight. You’ll see first-hand how to use Visual Studio 2010 and Expression Blend to develop and debug projects. You’ll also learn about the built-in templates and the many available controls and styles for WP7 - http://www.newagesolution.net/Blogs/NewAgeSolutionBlog/tabid/412/BlogId/14/Default.aspx

SESSION3 – XNA Dev Game Programming for Windows Phone 7 – Microsoft XNA has been a favorite with game developers for many years. Now game developers will be able to harness the power of the XNA framework to create  highly immersive and responsive games for Windows Phone 7.. Bill will charge full-speed into XNA to outline the basic Windows Phone model, explore its core device characteristics, and review the highlights of the XNA phone framework. Finally, he’ll show you some of the cool and impressive games that have been developed specifically for Windows Phone 7. – Bill Reiss – http://www.bluerosegames.com

SESSION4 – Real World WP7 App From Scratch –– Creating a currency conversion application on the fly from scratch - Application Bar – Location Service - Rx.Net – Web Service Calls - Web Browser control  - Push Notifications - Tile notifications- Toast notifications - Eugene Chuvyrov -- http://twitter.com/EugeneChuvyrov

SESSION5 – Monetizing Your Passion Through Windows Phone 7 -  Windows Phone 7 will launch with a fully loaded Marketplace and the opportunity for developers to sell or distribute their applications. . In this session, you’ll get the details about how to navigate the certification process and publish your application including updates. Learn how to increase discoverability as well as deepen your connection with your customers through the powerful business intelligence capabilities of the marketplace.- Nikita Polyakov - http://geekswithblogs.net/campuskoder/Default.aspx

SESSION6 – Windows Phone 7 LoadFest and Open Lab – Come to an open “build-a-phone-app” session and work on labs or your applications.  If you have an app ready to test on a 6414 Flashed Windows Phone we’ll have a setup available for you.  If you don’t have the developer environment for WP7 installed, this is a fantastic opportunity to drop the tools and the Windows Phone Training Kit onto your machine.  Greg Leonardo - http://www.codefertilizer.com/ and friends.

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Want to learn more about Windows Phone 7 for free? We have a a whole day dedicated to WP7 development at http://www.jaxcodecamp.com

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August Is Rough For Anything Other Than CodeCamp

August has been a tough one for getting any good posts out. Currently I am sitting at a local coffee shop replying to emails and making plans for our codecamp at http://www.jaxcodecamp.com. This is pretty much the norm for about 3 days out of the week, since the end of July. I think this year has been harder than last year, however I am working closer with our contributers(vols, speakers and sponsors) who really make the event a success. Now I need to focus some on advertisement.

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