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A Webcast Series on Windows Phone which you should not miss


Microsoft has recently announced a Webcast Series on Windows Phone which a Windows Phone enthusiast should not miss this opportunity. This series is of 5 days and 2 hours on each day which covers in depth knowledge on Windows Phone for 1 hour and more importantly with another 1 hour of interactive session with the attendees. Its always a worth attending session on Windows Phone which provides an insight on developing our dream application to reality.          [more]

Details of the Session:

The session starts from 3rd September 2012 and ends by 7th September 2012 (5 days) and the timing would be from 3:00PM to 5:00PM IST (GMT+5:30) India time. So why waiting for the day, start registering for the session now

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Agenda for the session:

Below is the complete details of the session:

Session 1 - Getting Started – Development Tools & Dev Center

  • Date - 03 September 2012
  • Timing – 3:00PM to 5:00PM IST (GMT+5:30) India
  • Duration – 2 hours
  • Presenter(s): Wriju Ghosh
  • Description : In this session we will walkthrough from scratch, installing the development tools, building the first app, testing it on the emulator, creating the marketplace account and submitting the app. The session emphasizes on the overall stages that a business/developer should be aware of.

Session 2 - Designing Apps for Windows Phone

  • Date - 04 September 2012
  • Timing – 3:00PM to 5:00PM IST (GMT+5:30) India
  • Duration – 2 hours
  • Presenter(s): Amar Nityananda
  • Description : In this session, we will talk about the design and user experience philosophy of Windows Phone. In this session developers and designers will learn what are things they should keep in mind to make their applications shine on the Windows Phone. We will also cover how to use expression tools, share design resources (icons, templates etc.) during this session.

Session 3 - Developing Apps for Windows Phone

  • Date - 05 September 2012
  • Timing – 3:00PM to 5:00PM IST (GMT+5:30) India
  • Duration – 2 hours
  • Presenter(s): Amar Nityananda
  • Description : In this session we will cover the core concepts of programming for Windows Phone platform. How to leverage the features like camera, launchers/choosers, Live tiles, Fast App Switching, tasks, various controls, Bing maps etc. This session will focus on the depth concepts of Windows Phone Development.

Session 4 - Performance analysis & optimization for Windows Phone apps

  • Date - 06 September 2012
  • Timing – 3:00PM to 5:00PM IST (GMT+5:30) India
  • Duration – 2 hours
  • Presenter(s): Goutham Upadhyaya
  • Description : In this session we will introduce performance analysis tool and APIs to developers and testers. This also explains how to capture performance data, understand, analyze the issues/roadblocks and optimize the apps.

Session 5 - Making your apps submission ready

  • Date - 07 September 2012
  • Timing – 3:00PM to 5:00PM IST (GMT+5:30) India
  • Duration – 2 hours
  • Presenter(s): Wriju Ghosh
  • Description : In this session we will explain things to keep in mind before you submit the app to Dev Center like certification criteria, using the market place test kit,  Trial API, Integrating Ads etc.

This series is an online webcast, which will be started with a session on the particular topic and later with the Q n A session through the Microsoft Live Meeting (Install the Live Meeting client before the session).

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About Author: Karthikeyan Anbarasan, Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) in ASP.NET/IIS Architecture. He is the Founder and Chief Editor of the www.f5debug.net website and has authored books on Windows Phone and Business Intelligence(SSIS). He is also a Passionate Speaker and a Blogger on Microsoft Technologies.

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