Press Release: December 14, 2010
Two New Books on Programming Windows Phone 7 from Microsoft Press
Get started building applications for Windows Phone 7 with these two new books from Microsoft Press: Microsoft® XNA® Framework Edition: Programming Windows® Phone 7 and Microsoft® Silverlight® Edition: Programming Windows® Phone 7. Bring your app ideas to life with guidance from Windows programming legend Charles Petzold. Please contact me with the titles you're interested in.
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NOTE: Microsoft® XNA® Framework Edition: Programming Windows® Phone 7 and Microsoft® Silverlight Edition: Programming Windows® Phone 7 are fully indexed, print-book versions of a single electronic edition titled Programming Windows Phone 7, which is available as a free ebook from the Microsoft Download Center.
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