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I'm registered for the St. Louis boot camp on September 16th.

The boot camps are free day-long events. Here's the overview from the registration page:

Join us for a day of Windows Phone 7 hands-on training. You’ll learn how to build Silverlight-based applications that take advantage of the many Windows Phone 7 platform features.

We’ll introduce all the basic concepts required to get started building Silverlight applications including the Windows Phone 7 platform and frameworks as well as the designer and developer tools. We’ll also cover the process for submitting your application or game to the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace. Bring your laptop! Topics covered will be reinforced with an opportunity to explore hands-on-labs using your own laptop. Windows Phone 7 experts will be on hand to help you explore Windows Phone 7 development.

If you're not lucky enough to live in "the heartland", there are also similar Windows Phone 7 "Firestarter" and "Garage" events in the eastern US.

(I assume there are also "Windows Phone 7 SomeOtherMetaphor" events in the Mountain and Pacific US time zones, but I haven't heard about them.)

Posted on Friday, August 27, 2010 9:12 PM community , Windows Phone 7 , Sliverlight | Back to top


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