START SOMETHING! Tour on Windows Phone 7

Microsoft, in collaboration with the MIC and the TTG organizes, in Turin, a stage of the Start Something!

The arguments for this are the development of Windows Phone 7 and Windows 8. The success of this initiative has been so high that the event which will be held on Thursday, 15/3/2012, will be repeated on Friday, 16/3/2012.

As well as become familiar on how to develop an application there will be time to understand how we will publish on the marketplace and how we can test them on devices different from your own, perhaps on a Nokia Lumia 800!

For this initiative, Microsoft collaborates with the Microsoft Innovation Center of Turin (the structure that has among its "mission" even Windows Phone 7) that has provided the training room, reception facilities and the organization and TTG (Torino Technologies Group: an active community in the Turin area to which I belong and actively participate since its creation) that has worked for the organization and everything else the event needs.

The event will be held by Lorenzo Barbieri (Microsoft Developer Evangelist) with the support of Marco Bodoira and Gianni Rosa Gallina (MVP of BEPS Engineering and belonging to TTG) and other MVP.

As the two days are already full, the advice is to visit the blog of TEAM MSDN Italia to enroll in one of the other stages of the initiative.

Thursday 15/03 between 18 and 20, always on the premises of the MIC of Turin, there will be another event organized by TTG:

Developing Applications with Windows 8 again presented by the indefatigable Lorenzo Barbieri.

For this event there are still places (few) if you are interested sign up now on the site of the TTG.

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