Windows Phone 7: Coffee and Code Toronto (UPDATE)

The Windows Phone 7 emulators provided by Microsoft are a fantastic tool in trying out you’re newly coded applications.

  On Thursday August 12th, from noon until 8pm, Mark Arteaga, Joey DeVilla and I will do one better and allow you to try out your apps on actual hardware.  Come on down to the Starbucks located at at King and Yonge  (4 King Street West, right on top of the subway station) and follow the energetic sounds of the accordian to the big conference table located at the back of the shop.  There you will find three smiling faces holstering three Windows Phone 7 devices (two LG and one Samsung) happy to load your application on real hardware.  The event is free and is a great opportunity to gain insight on Windows Phone 7 application development. 

So spread the word and tweet us  (@AccordianGuy aka Joey DeVilla, @MarkArteaga, and @WirelessLife aka ME) if you are coming by.

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