Day of Windows Phone 7 at Orlando Code Camp 2010

Orlando is coming up fast behind Tampa and South Florida Code Camps. This year, even more so.

Check out the schedule and register: 

What: All day geek fest focusing on code and not marketing fluff.
When: Saturday, March, 27, 2010 All day (registration opens at 7:00am)
Where: Seminole State College - Sanford\Lake Mary Campus - 100 Weldon Boulevard Sanford, FL 32773
Cost: Free!

A good fellow community leader Will Strohl has a great blog post on What to Expect from Orlando Code Camp 2010

Also, believe it or now there will be a first ever MSDN Webcast: Simulcast Event: Orlando Code Camp where you can watch a select few sessions from home, if you become ill or have another reasonable excuse or just un-realistically far away. Needless to say this is not even close to being there and watching the rest of the sessions, as you don’t get to choose what is shown.

But, let’s get back to the topic - there is a full day of Windows Phone 7 Developer topics.

I am speaking at 2 sessions:

8:30 AM Prototyping with SketchFlow

SketchFlow is a new feature in Expression Blend 3 that enables rapid prototyping of web sites and applications. SketchFlow helps designers, developers, information architects and account managers sketch, wireframe and prototype user experiences and user interfaces. [yes, I will show a some WP7 related SketchFlow towards the end]

9:45 AM Intro to Windows Phone 7

This session will be discussing and showing the new WP7 OS and how new methods of navigation work. This is relevant to understand before you start building your first app.

One of the sessions later in the day will be a Install Fest and one will be a code-along, so bring your laptop, if you want.

You will find Kevin Wolf, Bill Reiss and I to ask questions at the panel at the end of the day.
I will be hanging out all day at the Mobile track and as always during lunch and after dinner.

Final topic descriptions and order of presentations is being finalized.

Print | posted on Sunday, March 21, 2010 1:57 PM

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