Edge UG May: Windows Phone 7 and Silverlight Gotchas

Organiser
Edge User Group
Date
Wed, 19 May 2010, 18:00 - 21:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
Microsoft London (Cardinal Place) , London, GB
Cost
Free

After a hectic few months Edge UG is back to our normal schedule but in keeping with fine Edge UG tradition we have 2 fantastic talks for you this month.

First up we have a familiar face come to discuss his experiences with Silverlight. Ray Booysen will be delivering his top 8 Silverlight gotchas that have raised their heads during his time when working with Silverlight.

That presentation will be followed by Paul Foster of Microsoft who will be dropping in to discuss the development experience for Windows Phone 7. Silverlight and XNA have been chosen as the development platforms for Windows Phone 7, Paul will be discussing both of these plus the tools required to develop applications and how you can make money from them.

As always there will be pizza plus we have several bits of SWAG to be giving away, we'd love to see as many of you there as possible.

Agenda

18:00 - Networking

18:30 - Real world Silverlight with Ray Booysen

19:30 - Pizza Break

20:15 - Windows Phone 7 with Paul Foster.

21:15 - Wrap up & give away

21:30 - Pub!

New to Edge UG?

Edge UG is one of London's busiest user-groups. Meeting every third Wednesday of the month we discuss anything new and cool on the Microsoft Technology stack. So whether it's Silverlight, WPF, ASP.NET MVC, Test Driven Development, Windows Server 2008 or Windows 7 that floats your boat - we've got you covered.

Want to know a little bit more? Why don't you take a look at our anouncements blog for details of videos from our previous meetings.

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