What I Learned In WP7 – Issue 5

Today, the session schedule was released for the CodeMash conference that is coming up on January 12th.  The good folks that organize that conference also supplied the public with an API that you can use to build an application around the session data.  So, I took a couple of hours this morning, and whipped something together for Windows Phone.  You can download the XAP here, or wait for it to show up in the Marketplace early next week.  (Keep in mind that to use the XAP file, you need a developer unlocked phone or a jailbroken one.)


Probably because of my .1% contribution, the Windows Phone Marketplace now has over 4,000 apps.  (yes, that means I made 4 of them. 🙂


4 thoughts on “What I Learned In WP7 – Issue 5

  1. According to http://wp7applist.com/stats/ it crossed the 4000 mark sometime early on the 14th and is now approaching 4200.

    [quote]Currently tracking 4163 apps.
    29% of them are available for FREE; average price is $1.41.

    101 apps are updated on average each day. In the last 24 hours, 152 apps were updated and 81 were added.[/quote]

  2. Today, the session schedule was released for the CodeMash conference that is coming up on January 12th.   The good folks that organize that conference also supplied the public with an API that you can use to build an application around the session data.   So, I took a couple of hours this morning, and whipped something together for Windows Phone.

  3. Today, the session schedule was released for the CodeMash conference that is coming up on January 12th.   The good folks that organize that conference also supplied the public with an API that you can use to build an application around the session data.   So, I took a couple of hours this morning, and whipped something together for Windows Phone.

  4. Today, the session schedule was released for the CodeMash conference that is coming up on January 12th.   The good folks that organize that conference also supplied the public with an API that you can use to build an application around the session data.   So, I took a couple of hours this morning, and whipped something together for Windows Phone.

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