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Peter North, Sep 13

5 Reasons To Start Building Windows 8 Apps Right Now

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Nicolas Acuna and Mikka Olsson, Jul 12

4 Ways To Avoid Scope Creep And Still Please Your Clients

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Nicolas Acuna and Mikka Olsson, Jul 04

Making Mobile Clients Understand: Four Ways To Win New Clients Through Great Communication

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Peter North, Jul 02

Should Your Next App Follow A Freemium Business Model?

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Nick Randolph, Feb 03

Orientation and Behaviours in WP7

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Nick Randolph, Dec 07

Nokia Windows Phone: Question 11

Terribly sorry to have kept you hanging on for the question on Monday night. Tonight is the final night in our challenge to win a Nokia Windows Phone. Same procedure: Tweet or share a link to the question, great answers in the comments. Good luck!
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Nick Randolph, Dec 02

Nokia Windows Phone: Question 10

The penultimate question in our series. Answer the question in the comments, add a better answer if you’re not first. Remember to Tweet or share a link to the question. All answers get an entry in the draw for a Nokia Windows Phone.
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Laurence Moroney, Dec 01

Migrating Android Applications to Windows Phone 7

In this special edition article, Laurence Moroney goes deep and long into the process of porting an Android app over to Windows Phone 7. Laurence makes full use of the Windows Phone Interoperability Bridge website from Microsoft.
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Nick Randolph, Nov 30

Nokia Windows Phone: Question 9

Our challenge to win a Nokia Windows Phone is still going, but we’re on the 3-2-1 countdown. Today’s question, Friday and Monday next week are the last. Tweet or share a link to the question, and leave your answer in the comments!
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Nick Randolph, Nov 25

Nokia Windows Phone: Question 8

The last question in the penultimate week of questions. You chance to win a Nokia Windows Phone is alive and kicking. Post a link to, Tweet about or share this question, and put an answer in the comments to go in the draw.
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Nick Randolph, Nov 23

Nokia Windows Phone: Question 7

Multiple entries into the draw are up for grabs tonight. Entries into the draw to win a Nokia Windows Phone. Remember to share or Tweet a link. Also, go back over the older questions as there are still entries up fro grabs!
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Nick Randolph, Nov 21

Nokia Windows Phone: Question 6

This is the third week of four, wherein you get the chance to win a Nokia Windows Phone. Tweet or share a link to any of these questions, then provide an answer in the comments to get an entry into the prize draw.
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Nick Randolph, Nov 18

Nokia Windows Phone: Question 5

Since it’s Friday, we have a question about fun, in the continuing series of questions that gives you the chance to win a Nokia Windows Phone. Make sure you Tweet or share a link to the question and put your answer in the comments!
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Nick Randolph, Nov 16

Nokia Windows Phone: Question 4

It’s mid-week and time for another question in the competition to win a Nokia Windows Phone. Remember to share a link to this question, or Tweet about it, then get in there as fast as you can to answer in the comments.
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Nick Randolph, Nov 14

Nokia Windows Phone: Question 3

Welcome to week two of the Nokia Windows Phone competition questions. Answer the following question in the comments. Tweet or share a link to the question, and you get one entry into the draw to win the phone. Good luck!
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Nick Randolph, Nov 11

Nokia Windows Phone: Question 2

Your second chance to win a Nokia Windows Phone is here. You read the question, Tweet a link to it and post an great answer in the comments. We’ll out one lucky draw with your name on it into the hat. Stand by for more questions over the coming weeks!
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Nick Randolph, Nov 09

Nokia Windows Phone: Question 1

Your chance to win a Nokia Windows Phone is here. Read the following question. Tweet a link to it. Post a great answer in the comments. One lucky draw entry is yours. Look out for lots more questions over the coming weeks.
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Nick Randolph, Oct 31

How To Create Dynamic Live Tiles

With the release of Mango for Windows Phones, the innovative feature of Live Tiles was augmented to include the possibility of multiple Tiles on the start screen representing different parts of the application. Nick Randolph demonstrates a dynamic approach to this feature.
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Nick Randolph, Oct 10

A Practical Guide to Photo Sharing Apps using Windows Phone and Azure

Following on from his article discussing the theory of cloud based photo sharing apps, Nick Randolph steps through the practicalities and code, using the Windows Phone SDK and the Windows Azure SDK, of taking a photo and uploading it to blob storage.
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Nick Randolph, Sep 27

What's New in Windows Phone Mango

With the release of the developer tools for Windows Phone Mango today, Nick Randolph gives us a run down of the main features in the Windows Phone 7.5 update. The release of the platform is imminent, and expected some time this week.
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Nick Randolph, Sep 19

Migrating iOS Apps to Windows Phone

In this important article Nick Randolph investigates the potential of including Windows Phone in your professional skill set. Turns out the migration path from iOS to Windows Phone is well trodden and full of useful resources. Let’s take a long walk down that path.
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Nick Randolph, Sep 12

Theory of a Cloud Based Photo Sharing App using Windows Phone and Azure

Returning from TechEd NZ and TechEd Australia, Nick takes a tangent and discusses connecting Windows Phone applications to the cloud using Azure. This work comes from a sample app called “Capture TechEd” that Nick built to use in his talks.
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Nick Randolph, Aug 29

YouTube and FourSquare from a Windows Phone App

I tell you there is no social media network or media sharing domain that Nick Randolph cannot wrangle. In this the final post in his comprehensive series on integrating such media and social domains into the Windows Phone platform, YouTube & FourSquare are a go.
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Nick Randolph, Aug 22

Windows Phone Controls Essentials

Nick Randolph takes time out to discuss the common development environment for Window Phone applications. Nick also takes a closer look at some of the standard controls that ship with the SDK, and discusses how to utilise their full capabilities.