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Even the weather yesterday (July 30, 2011) was so bad, the speakers and of course the participants of the training were bravely quest the heavy rain. The Mobile Developers Group of the Philippines, Microsoft Philippines and Windows Phone 7 Olympics Partners have a great deliveries of talks, on first part of Windows Phone 7 Olympics – XNA Game Studio Training held at Microsoft Philippines HQ.
Speakers of XNA Game Studio Training
Jojo Ayson (MVP) – Developing Innovative Applications for Mobile Devices
Paul Gadi – Game Entrepreneurship Opportunities and IGDA Manila Initiatives for 2011
Jon Limjap (MVP) – Monetizing your Mobile Applications
Christopher Misola (PHIWUG) – Introduction to Programming With XNA Game Studio
Adrian Rodriguez (MVP) – Designing XNA Games for Windows Phone 7
Mark Gutierrez – Programming With XNA Game Studio
Allan Spartacus Mangune (MVP) – Creating Reusable XNA Game Framework
In addition, Mr. Jojo Asyon share his presentation slide – click here to download
Photos from Windows Mobile 6.5 – Samsung BT7320l
The second part of Windows Phone 7 Olympic would be on August 6, 2011. This the real rock-n-roll to all mobile developers joined the program.
To all Windows Phone 7 Game Olympics speakers, organizers and partners, thank you for sharing your mobile development experiences to us. Soon Philippines will also known as no.1 mobile developers in the planet.
By the way, one of great speaker, Mr. Norbert Aquende (MVP) got fever day prior to the training, his talk would be Integrating Mobile Marketing & Advergaming Concepts to Mobile Applications. Hey sir Norbert, get well soon.
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This a bad news for us using Windows mobile 6.5 . As The Windows Phone Team announce last June 8, 2011 that Windows Marketplace for Mobile Web Site and My Phone Service Notification would be Shutting down.
I been using this services since I brought my Windows Mobile. The My Phone helps me to recover my contacts everytime I hardware reset the phone. Windows Marketplace for mobile, I always checked what’s new apps available.
Windows Marketplace for mobile and My Phone, huhuhu, (crying face) good bye. I will be missing you.
Microsoft will be discontinuing the My Phone service for Windows Mobile 6.x. We will also be discontinuing the Windows Marketplace for Mobile web site. Because you may be affected, please review the details below:
Windows Marketplace for Mobile Web Site To Be Discontinued
The Windows Marketplace for Mobile web site at http://marketplace.windowsphone.com will no longer be available starting on July 15, 2011. After July 15, 2011, you will no longer be able to browse, buy or download applications for Windows Mobile 6.x phones via the Windows Marketplace for Mobile web site.
The Windows Marketplace for Mobile service will continue to be available on your phone, however. You will continue to be able to browse, buy and download applications for Windows Mobile 6.x on your phone.
My Phone To Be Discontinued
On August 7, 2011, the My Phone service will stop saving content from phones to the My Phone service. If you rely on the My Phone service to back-up the content on your Windows Mobile 6.x phone, you will be affected.
Starting on August 7, 2011, Microsoft will begin moving your My Phone content to Windows Live SkyDrive. SkyDrive is Microsoft’s free online storage service that helps you access and share your files such as photos and Microsoft Office documents. Contacts, calendar entries, text messages and photos will be moved to SkyDrive for you. Once moved, you will be able to access this content by logging into SkyDrive using the Windows Live ID that you used to register for the My Phone service.
Other content types, including videos, music, documents and favorites will not be moved from My Phone to SkyDrive for you. If you want this content, you must save it from the My Phone service to your local PC.
On October 6, 2011, the My Phone web site at http://www.microsoft.com/myphone will no longer be available. On this date, you will no longer be able to log in to the My Phone service to access your content stored to the My Phone service. Microsoft will continue to store your My Phone content for one (1) year. Physical copies of your content can be shipped to you upon request until October 5, 2012.
To learn more about the My Phone service shut-down, including information about your content moving to Windows Live SkyDrive and how to save other content to your local PC, please visit this web site:
Microsoft is committed to making this transition easy. In the meantime, we want to sincerely thank you for your use of Windows Mobile 6.x.
-The Windows Phone Team