TechEd Europe 2010 Day 3 Windows 7 Phone
A special post to mention a session by Robert Garfoot showing us end-to-end how to write a Windows 7 Phone app that accesses the Cloud to send and receive notifications to another Windows 7 Phone. Here we saw a piece of state of the art programming, leading the way to quality apps for the Windows 7 Phone. The use of various patterns, like MVVM and the Command pattern allows you to write fully testable code. This way the code can make excellent use of the Silverlight capabilities of the phone. Awesome. And did I mention the equally awesome Windows 7 Phone party in the Berlin brewery? I think I did.
Speaking of parties. Yesterday ended with a bang. The Dutch country drinks this time complely outdid every Dutch party of any previous TechEd for me. Shuberg Philis gave us DJ’s in a Back To The Future setting, complete with a Delorean and fully functional Commodore 64s and corner with Xbox 360 Kinect games. The lovely and funky dressed hostesses completed the party, making sure everyone had a good time. I say, keep up the good work and … ow my head hurts.
by Wim The
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