Webcasts: Windows Phone 7 Jump Start Session [13-19]

This's the first of the new advanced Windows Phone 7 developer topics. In this session, Andy and Rob will go through an overview of both the Pivot and Panorama controls using more real world examples, talk about Pivots and Panorama in Metro design, share when to use them and some cautions:This session cover making a […]

This's the first of the new advanced Windows Phone 7 developer topics. In this session, Andy and Rob will go through an overview of both the Pivot and Panorama controls using more real world examples, talk about Pivots and Panorama in Metro design, share when to use them and some cautions:

This session cover making a complete XNA game for the phone in terms of XNA specific to WP development. It'll not cover XNA programming. We'll look at XNA and screen display, games and WP operating system and launching other apps:

This session picks up with StartupMode property. It covers importance of event logging, "gotchas" of Tombstoning in XNA, persisting game data and storage, Back button and program genre:

This session packed full of great information and code on Location Services and Bing Map Control. Rob and Andy start with a Location Services overview followed by GPS vs. WiFi, vs. Triangulation. The final section provides coverage on new Bing Map Control:

Rob and Andy look at specific requirements for app performance. They cover concepts that enable better performance starting with concepts of WinP7 architecture, app start up, understanding how Silverlight for WP7 renders, and steps to consider when planning your app (e.g., optimizing Silverlight to utilize GPU):

In this session, and Sr. Design Program Manager of Metro language, walk you through the changes to Expression Blend and new exciting Metro style for WP7:

This audio only session is a must for everyone. Yochay Kiriaty, facilitates this panel of experts in responding to questions raised during Live training: