Microsoft is providing more training resources for Windows Phone 7 developers. Windows Phone 7 Jump Start Training series is for all developers, of all levels, who are interested in developing WP7 apps. Microsoft MVP's Rob Miles and Andy Wigley to lead the charge in this twelve part online training series.
Inspired by the Live Jump Start Training held last month, each training session runs about fifty minutes long. Sessions cover building Silverlight apps, building games, building XNA games, advanced application development, marketing your apps, and working with media.
The training sessions can be accessed through Channel 9's website, the Windows Team Blog, a Zune subscription and even iTunes. The sessions are described "as a semester's worth of class time to help you in your quest to be an awesome Windows Phone 7 developer." Even for the non-developer, the training sessions offer valuable insight into Microsoft's new mobile OS.
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