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College graduates will tackle the job market soon. What better way to stand out from the crowd than to have a software app release on your resume?
DreamSpark, a program set up by Microsoft to provide professional-level developer and design tools to students around the world for free, recently partnered with Windows Phone 7. That means you can download the components that you need to complete your development environment and start making your own Windows Phone 7 apps.
Did I say this software is free? Yes, yes, I did!
The Windows Phone 7 Training Kit is free, too. If you’re a computer science major, or just someone interested in making an app, this is a fantastic way to start honing your software development skills.
Here’s what you can expect:
Get answers to more of your App Hub questions for Windows Phone 7.
What’s stopping you? Leave a comment and let me know what app you’re going to develop.
Hi, it was a very nice blog. I've been developing applications previously for Android and Java ME. What I need to know is the future scope and portability of the applications which I'd probably make for WP7. Life is difficult for a student with writing same application in three languages (C#, Java, Objective C). This really stops most of us even if we have good ideas. So, my question is, Is there any common solution for all of them other than Web Applications which need bandwidth. Some solution like Nokia WRT or Opera apps will be of great help. Thank you in advance .. !!
Thanks, Mihir. I'm glad you enjoyed the blog. I'm not a developer, so I contacted the Windows Phone 7 team about your question. I wish I had good news for you, but it sounds like one of the many challenges for a developer is trying to write apps for multiple platforms. All of which use different frameworks and programming languages. However, the Windows Phone 7 team has tried to make it easier. They created some porting guidance for both iOS and Android to help developers move x-platform. Here's the link to that guide: create.msdn.com/.../porting
Hope that helps!
Hi Jennifer. I am interesting into developing WP7 application and especially putting them to Marketplace. I am MSP from Lithuania and as far as I know Lithuania is not on the list of supported countries at this moment. I am registered at DreamSpark, does that means that I still could get free membership and could upload my applications to Windows Phone Marketplace? I am more interested into US, UK, Canada and other EU countries markets. Could I do that?
@davidlt: While I can’t speak specifically about geo roadmap, there is a new Global Publisher Program, which enables developers worldwide to work with a Global Publisher to submit apps to the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Here's the link: windowsteamblog.com/.../an-update-on-windows-phone-marketplace-new-tips-policies-and-regional-access-program.aspx
You could also check the App Hub Forums where there is an active community for help.
Here's that link: forums.create.msdn.com/forums
Hope these resources help!
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