Deep Fried Bytes: Windows Phone 7 Mango and What's In It For Developers with Nikita Polyakov

Deep Fried Bytes

In this episode, Keith Elder sits down with Nikita Polyakov to discuss features available in the Windows Phone 7 Mango release for developers. The up and coming Mango release has over 500 new features and incorporates new live tile features, notifications, full camera access and many other things.

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In this episode, Keith Elder sits down with Nikita Polyakov to discuss features available in the Windows Phone 7 Mango release for developers. The up and coming Mango release has over 500 new features and incorporates new live tile features, notifications, full camera access and many other things. Listen in as Nikita outlines how Deep Fried Bytes could build a Windows Phone 7 application and take advantage of all of the new features for developers in Mango.

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Nikita Polyakov is from Tampa, Florida he blogs at www.NikitaPolyakov.com and can be found chatting up a storm on Twitter at  Twitter.com/NikitaP

Nikita is the Windows Phone 7 Development Microsoft MVP of the Year 2011, a speaker and community organizer. Nikita works for AgileThought as a Senior Consultant building custom software for various customers.

Nikita is an avid Windows Phone expert who also enjoys Graphic Design, User Experience and Marketing/Advertising topics.

Nikita is one of the authors in process of updating to Mango the Sams Teach Yourself Windows Phone 7 Application Development in 24 Hours.

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