Category Archives: Windows Phone 7 Apps

Coin Tosser Accepted and Published!

Good news this morning, and that is that my Coin Tosser app has been accepted and will be published!  I didn’t make it free, but it only costs 99 cents.  Maybe I can make a couple bucks with it.  We … Continue reading

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My First Two Apps Are Submitted

As of tonight I have submitted my first two apps to the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace, the App Hub. These are: CoinTosser FractionCalc I’m going to give ConvertPlus, the most complex and “serious” app (in terms of time spent), a … Continue reading

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The Coin Tosser App

The process of getting things ready for Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 Marketplace has Microsoft accepting select apps for advance consideration in the Marketplace.  Developers with apps ready to go have been invited to present information about their apps via email.  … Continue reading

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Portland Code Camp 2010

I’ve taken a Saturday to show up at the 2010 Portland (Oregeon) Code Camp, and mainly because of the several Windows Phone 7 sessions that were available.  I am sitting in the very last session of the camp, this one … Continue reading

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The Pundits

Today I got the latest edition of Redmond Magazine and as I like to do these days I scoured it for mention of Windows Phone 7, and scored!  Yes, Mary Jo Foley had something to say in her column on … Continue reading

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