September 25th Presentation – Programming for Windows Phone
September 19, 2012 § Leave a comment
It’s wonderful to introduce Mark Radacz fresh off his speaking engagement at JaxMUG. This month’s presentation is a more technical continuation of his previous talk.
I present to all my friends the very aptly named . . .
Programming for Windows Phone
This talk will take you step by step on a journey all the way to the Marketplace. We will cover differences between WP7, WP8, tablets, devices availability, how to consume web-services, mobile ads solutions, when to go with a paid or ads supported app, how to persist data and more. BIO: Mark J Radacz – born and raised in Poland and lived in Germany and Canada before settling in Jacksonville. Works as a developer at SkyBOOKS, 20 years hands-on experience in object oriented software analysis, design, development and web development in MS Windows, UNIX and recently iOS. MCTS in Business Intelligence Solutions.
Everyone that knows me knows I love free stuff, so lets start this journey by . . .
- Registering for this presentation for free by clicking here.
- Get up to speed before the meeting with a free Windows 7 Phone Development Ebook from Microsoft Press by clicking here. (Thank you to my co-workers at LPS for finding me this deal)
- Attend this month’s meeting and stick around for our drawings for a JetBrains license like the IDEA Java IDE for Android Development, a Mindscape product license like ‘Phone Elements’ Windows Mobile controls, or a full Telerik Ultimate license!
- Oh that’s not enough? Well, Infragistics is also sponsoring this event for Mark and will be presenting a with free copy of “NetAdvantage Windows Phone Bundle” for each person each attending that will include some controls valued at $995.00!
- Also a big thanks to Sandi and Lynda from TEK Systems once again for sponsoring pizza at our event.
As always thank you everyone for registering and coming out to all of our local develper user group meetings. Thank you to LPS, my employer for giving me the freedom to leave early on the 4th Tuesday every month to get setup for the meeting, and a really big thank you to everyone of you out there who is a mentor and teacher to the next generation of developer, student, or responsible human being. I don’t think you have ever really mastered something totally until you have tought it to someone else.
I hope to see everyone there,
Reminder: The meeting begins at 6:00 PM (networking), 6:30 PM (presentation) and we conclude with our prize drawings around 8:00. We meet at the Bank of America Campus at 9000 Southside Blvd. Building 500; this is where the cafeteria is located between the two parking garages and straight back from the front parking area when you first enter the security gate. The meeting room is on the 2nd floor of Building 500 of the Bank of America complex. Go upstairs, turn right, and follow it all the way to the back. Look for our sign at the end, and smell for pizzas!