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Save the Dates: Nokia Windows Phone Training – could there be NWP handsets for developers by Sept 21?

| August 25, 2011 | 31 Replies

Here’s an email sent out to Nokia’s developer mailing list (forwarded to us by Thomas and Alexis).

Now the earliest date is September 21st. This isn’t just working with any Windows Phones. It’s Nokia Windows Phones.  Would these developers require an actual Nokia Windows Phone to work on? The earliest date is September 23 2011.

Nokia is teaming with Microsoft to show you the latest easy-to-use tools for Metro UI creation, Silverlight app development, and compelling gameplay with XNA Game Studio. Find out how you can get started developing for Nokia with Windows Phone, and see how simple it is to develop applications and games for this platform in just one day.

Training sessions will be held across Europe as well as one in Silicon Valley. Locations include:

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There’s a link to a page where it says:

Find out why developers like coding for the Windows Phone platform. Get the inside scoop on how easy the tools are to use, the power of Silverlight for UI creation and the ease of creating compelling gameplay with XNA Game Studio. Learn how you can get started developing for Nokia with Windows Phone, and see how simple it is to develop applications and games for this platform in just one day.

We’ll show you how to take your ideas and get them running on the phone, how to use the Windows Phone platform resources in your games and applications, and how to get your content in the marketplace where it belongs, making money for you.

Then we’ll show you how to build programs, how to design user interfaces in Silverlight, give you a taste of game development in XNA Game Studio, and how to write and sell your first Windows Phone app.

Bring an open mind, and we’ll fill it up to the brim with Windows Phone know-how

 

 

 

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