CodeProject A few days ago, Rich Dunbar wrote a post about how to get started with with Windows Phone Development and the post went freaking viral. Now the reason here is that Rich, in his spare time, sponsors and host events for Nokia in order to promote Windows Phone Development and as a a reward will get you a Nokia Device and App Hub Token. A pretty nice prize for learning how to write apps for Windows Phone. The post is a pretty good resource on where to get what you need to get started and how to get the prize. Here is an excert... Every time I tweet about new Windows Phone developers being able to receive...
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