Free Webcast Thursday: Preparing your Windows Phone Apps Globally
Register today for Thursday’s free webcast, presented by Microsoft Developer Evangelist, Daniel Egan.
In this session you will learn how to take advantage of the global marketplace to increase the reach of your application. We will discuss localization, Globalization, and Strategies for making more money.
Registration is Required. Please Note: Registrations must be submitted at least 1 HOUR prior to scheduled event start time in order to be considered for approval.
All actual attendees can enter to win an AT&T Smartphone. The winner will be notified via email after the Webcast.
When: Thursday, February 23, 10:00-11:00 AM Pacific Time
Who Should Attend:
These sessions will cover the new features of Windows Phone code named “Mango”. The developer should have some knowledge of software development and an understanding of C#, although any developer that has worked with a C-Style language should not have a problem following along.
Join us and discover:
- Why you want your application to reach globally
- How to localize your application
- How to modify the live tiles and icons to work globally
Daniel Egan, Developer Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation
Originally from Chicago, Daniel moved to California in the early ’90s — right when the Bulls were stampeding the NBA. He dabbled in several industries (from hospitality to law) and soon found his niche in engineering and information technology. Before joining Microsoft, Daniel served as the Chief Architect and CEO for Odyssey Consulting Group, which provided custom application development for mid-range companies. In the Microsoft fold, Daniel has been a Regional Director, an MVP (ASP / ASP.NET), a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer, and a .NET insider for the Southern California region. He’s also the founder of the SoCalDotNet Developers Group, teaches a .NET certification course at California State University Fullerton, and previously served as president of INETA — the international .NET association. Away from the screen, you’ll find Daniel racing to bring down his marathon times (don’t ask for numbers) or putting his Canon camera through the paces in search of the perfect shot.