As we continue to learn more about the upcoming Windows Mobile app store called Skymarket, it now appears that Microsoft will help developers certify their programs.
Over at InnovateOn.com, Microsoft is offering help through four stages of app development: Learn, build, test and market.
Developers will get tools and resources for building their applications, 5 hours of free e-mail tech support, up to $400 worth of testing and complimentary code signing, said to be worth another $400.
For us non-binary folks, this should help separate the wheat from the chaff and mean better applications overall.
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