For some of you though, you're a bit smarter and can handle all this stuff and we've been trying to cover the developer community rallying around Windows Phone 7 for awhile now.
Programmer and writer Adam Dawes has a nice lil' book coming out around December for writing games on WP7 (games we''re really looking forward too). We won't get into too much detail but if you program and like WP7 and like games, we'll just drop this link here for your perusal.
[Thanks, Adam, and good luck!]
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