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Boston New Technology Message Board General Discussions (Not Jobs or Events) › Check out Windows Phone 8 App Event 12/18/12

Check out Windows Phone 8 App Event 12/18/12

Steve H.
Concord, MA
Post #: 17
Subject: Remember: Next Tues the 18th - Special Windows Phone 8 App Event

**Tuesday Dec 18th at 6:30 and Microsoft - One Cambridge**

BY POPULAR DEMAND: If you have questions about Windows Phone 8 apps you will want to attend this meeting. We'll make it informative and fun.

Get all your Windows 8 Phone app questions answered in a meeting devoted to this topic. Meet others developing or planning to develop W8 phone apps.

Here are some details...

Windows 8 app development is a huge opportunity. How about expanding your market to Windows Phone ?

You've heard Microsoft talk about the opportunity that's available to you if you do and heard them say how easy it is and how you can reuse large amounts of your code on both platforms.
But what is it really like?

This meeting is all about real experiences from real developerswho have actually done it.
Everyone speaking will have developed for both platforms and will be sharing their first-hand experiences.

What was easy? What wasn't?
How much reuse of code were they actually able to achieve?
How did they have to change their designs?
What took more time/effort than they expected?
What do they wish they'd known before they'd started?
What did they discover that isn't documented elsewhere?
What will they do differently next time?
If you're considering porting your app to Windows Phone or are just interested in developing for Windows Phone this will be an invaluable evening packed with information and insights you won't get anywhere else.

Presenters include:

John Garland, Wintellect

Jim O'Neil, Microsoft

Lance McCarthy, Nokia Developer Ambassador
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