Windows Phone 7 Developers Get a Head Start at Mix 10

So, Microsoft finally starting talking about Windows Mobile Phone 7 at the 2010 Mobile World Congress. It has more of a consumer focus than Windows Mobile 6.5. And, it folds Microsoft’s Xbox and Zune products and technologies into the phone platform. It also provides a new interface with what Microsoft calls “hubs” to categorize activities. Wired.com’s Gadget Lab notes…

Microsoft’s Challenge With Windows Phone 7 Is Wooing Developers

As the article notes, leaked information notes that the developer story looks like Silverlight and XNA Framework/.Net all the way up. If you want to know more about the Windows Phone 7 development story, I suggest heading to Las Vegas in a couple of weeks (March 15-17) to attend Mix 10. If you search the conference site for “Windows Phone”…

Mix 10 “Windows Phone” keyword search

…12 sessions titled “Windows Phone Application and Game Development” turn up. Then, there’s this Mix blog announcement…

Exclusive Windows Phone 7 Series Offer for #Mix10 Attendees #WP7

Join us at MIX10 and be among the first to learn how to build applications and games for Windows Phone 7 Series. We’ll introduce you to the development platform, show you how to work with the Windows Phone 7 Series development tools, and give you a tour of the Windows Phone Marketplace. All MIX10 attendees will receive access to the Windows Phone 7 Series development tools and have access to a dedicated track on the Windows Phone 7 Series platform that runs throughout the event.

MIX10 attendees will get exclusive free developer support for the Windows Phone 7 Series development tools. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to be among the first to learn about Windows Phone 7 Series.