One thing Microsoft definitely excels in is developer relations. And getting phones into the hands of would-be devs is a key component for getting more interest and apps on our platform.
From the pic above, we can see Microsoft getting ready to send some more out to those who need 'em. You have to love that kind of support. Plus with Nokia's pledge of 25,000 dev phones, we think we may have this area cornered.
Source: Ben Lower
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Sweet! Guess it's time to become a developer!I have some ideas for apps just used to webOS and it's free to become a developer.
Same here! About to start working on my first WP7 app...
so... is this for all devs or certain groups? or worse US only?
There is a list with contacts from microsoft around the world.http://linearfix.wordpress.com/extras/list-of-mobile-champs/But Watson said they are going to give phones only to dedicated developers.
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