MC3 January: Windows Phone Mango

Registration is free of charge!

Date and time: January 19, 2011 | 10am-1pm Pacific Time | Live online training

Session Details

Windows Phone 7 presents a fresh user interface and a smartphone platform with a unique value proposition for consumers, businesses and application developers. Windows Phone represents a new way to interact with friends, family and work in a mobile context and it delivers this experience in a way that is both productive and enjoyable. In this online event, Paul Laberge from Microsoft will provide you with an overview of the Windows Phone 7.5 platform from a application developer’s perspective as well as present the market opportunity that Windows Phone provides you as a developer. By the end of this session, you will be able to begin developing applications for Windows Phone and understand some of the most effective ways to market your solution in the Marketplace.


Paul Laberge
Paul is a Developer Advisor with Microsoft Canada, bringing over 12 years of technical experience working with some of the largest North American Fortune 500 companies to the role. His experience includes being a lead developer, development manager, lead application architect and IT management for a wide variety of technical solutions. Currently, Paul leads Microsoft’s Canadian developer engagement around Windows Phone 7 and in that role, he can be found working with mobile developers, speaking at events, providing information on various social networks and, of course, driving the great Canadian developer ecosystem to building amazing Windows Phone apps. Paul is also passionate about Microsoft’s cloud computing strategy and HTML5 as a way to drive great cross-platform experiences. In other words, if you have a question about Microsoft’s leading edge platforms, Paul is someone you may want to have a chat with.




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