Windows Phone "Mango" and SQL Compact Database Support [Video]

Windows Phone "Mango" includes a lot of cool, exciting new features that users will be showing to all of their friends. Of course, there are some features so behind the scenes that users will never really be aware of them--but developers will. One such new feature is the addition of "SQL Compact" to the Windows […]

Windows Phone "Mango" includes a lot of cool, exciting new features that users will be showing to all of their friends. Of course, there are some features so behind the scenes that users will never really be aware of them--but developers will. One such new feature is the addition of "SQL Compact" to the Windows Phone Platform.

In this episode of The Knowledge Chamber, my guest is Sean McKenna from the Windows Phone Platform team. Sean shows us SQL Compact in action on the phone and discusses how it provides a better way for data driven applications to access their information stores.

In this video, Roz Schneider, VP of Operations for Migration.Mobi, shares the company's experience with developing 300 applications for Windows Phone 7. Migration.Mobi is a mobile application and gaming company, focusing efforts on the Windows Phone 7 platform. Why did Migration.Mobi migrate to Windows Phone 7? As Roz describes it, "Windows Phone 7 is like a business phone meets pleasure phone." Tune in and to learn more about the Windows Phone 7 development experience at Migration.Mobi.

Watch Tim Huckaby, Founder at InterKnowlogy & Actus Software and Jason Milgram, Founder at Linxter Inc as they discuss the amazing Windows Phone solution created by Linxter to assist those suffering from Multiple Sclerosis (MS). This free Windows Phone application enables individuals to track their injection sites & schedule right from their smartphone. With this application, those with MS can simplify their lives with push notification and SMS injection alerts and share injection history via the web as the app is running Windows Azure on the backend.