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Windows Phone 8 SDK preview will be available for Limited Developers on 12th September


It’s a news again from the Microsoft Redmond Campus, yes now Microsoft Windows Phone Team is ready and getting nearer to the final version of the Windows Phone 8 Software Development Kit. This SDK will be made available to the partners and developers who have already gets their hands on with the Windows Phone Development on 12th September 2012. The final version of the Windows Phone SDK is expected to be available publically by later this year but no we will have access to open applications for limited users. The news was announced my the Microsoft Employee Todd Brix in his blog post “Windows Phone 8 SDK Preview opens for applications Sept. 12”        [more]

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In this blog post Todd Brix mentioned as

“Today I’m happy to announce that the time has come to make the near-final kit available to more developers through the Windows Phone 8 SDK Preview Program. Next Wednesday I’ll share detailed instructions on how current Windows Phone developers with published apps can apply. But I do want to set your expectations that program access will be limited.”


So next is how we will get early access?

Todd Brix has mentioned in his blog post that on 12th September 2012 more details will be published on the blog and we can keep looking into the space to get the complete idea on the same. So wait till 12th September and follow the instructions that will be suggested by Todd Brix. Most probably we should fill out some NDA and Microsoft will make it reviewed to share the Software Development Kit.

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