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We're back this week with special guest, Nokia's Justin Angel who joins Editor-in-chief Daniel Rubino and developer Jay Bennett for an interesting and exciting discussion of Windows Phone "Tango" and what it means both for fragmentation, developers and consumers. What's more crazy than that? The fact that Justin called in via his Lumia 610 on Skype.
We also go through some news, apps and take your questions.
Listen in or watch the HD video after the break!
WPCentral Podcast 138 for March 14th, 2012 - LIVE with Special Guest: Justin Angel
- A couple of podcast announcements
- Position at Nokia - Day in the life
- Which Windows Phone(s) are you using?
- Projects & History
- Lumia 610
- Lower spec phones - the limits
- Questions for Justin
The big stories
- Elop: "The future is the ecosystem"
- New firmware updates for Lumia 800 and 710 on the way
- Gerbil Physics
- Comments from last time
- Live questions & comments
Further Resources for Developers
- Nokia Developer Wiki: Best Practices for 256MB development
- Nokia Developer wiki: Techniques for memory analysis
- Channel9 Inside Windows Phone: Tango podcast
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