Windows Phone 7 Jump Start Sessions

Kick start your Windows Phone 7 Development with the Windows Phone 7 Jumstart Sessions from Microsoft .

With the Recent release of the Windows Phone 7 Developer Tools Beta released last week , these sessions provide the developers to start developing the Windows Phone 7 applications .

It is a free Online Virtual Class training / Office Live Meeting broadcast and includes 4 instructor led 3 hour sessions presented by forthcoming MS Press authors and MVP’s Andy Wigley and Rob Miles.

Here are the Session Details :

1. An Introduction to the Windows Phone Platform

This session will give you an introduction to the Windows Phone 7 and explains on how to deploy and run Windows Phone 7 applications.

Date and Time : July 20, 2010 8:00 AM Pacific Time

2. Game Building on the Windows Phone Platform

This session will define the capabilities of both Silverlight and XNA for developing the games for Windows Phone 7 .

Date and Time: July 20, 2010 1:00 PM Pacific Time

3. Advanced Windows Phone Development

This session will cover how to turn small programs into Real applications.

Date and Time: July 22, 2010 8:00 AM Pacific Time

4. Selling Your Windows Phone Solutions & Wrap Up

This session explains about the new Market plans and how the Windows Phone 7 Application can be deployed and be made available to other users

Date and Time: July 22, 2010 1:00 PM Pacific Time

Please refer Microsoft’ Worldwide Events Home site for the exact timings

You can Download the Windows Phone Developer tools beta and start creating Windows Phone 7 Applications today. 🙂

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