October UG Meeting Summary

On 6th October 2010, We had another great User Group meeting at Microsoft Innovation Center but this time it was a bit unique and different topic i.e. Windows Phone 7. Yes! we invited Munir Usman (MVP) to share his experience of mobile development in particular Windows Phone 7.

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The speaker discussed about the revolution in mobile application development and the ecosystem. The speaker demonstrated kick start applications to begin on Windows Phone 7 development.

Thank you all for attending the event. We know many of you couldn’t attend due to limited number of seats but stay tuned because there are more shows coming up!!

In the end, we would like to thank our sponsors INETA, Wrox and FAST.NET for making this event successful.

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One Response to October UG Meeting Summary

  1. Munir says:

    Thanks Adil for inviting me and writing this nice summary of the event. It was great to introduce audience about upcoming trends in our industry. I would like to thanks Amir Ali here as well who demonstrated and explained some core technical concept of WinPhone development to audience.

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