Ankündigung zu WPDev Fusion „New Year Edition“ / Announcing the WPDev Fusion „New Year Edition“

English version follows below

Passend zu Weihnachten gibt es ein Geschenk aus der Windows Phone Entwicklergemeinde: Die WPDev Fusion „New Year Edition“ unterstützt von Microsoft und Nokia. Dabei handelt es sich um eine Weiterentwicklung der Windows Phone Week vom letzten Oktober, an welcher weltweit über 1500 Entwickler teilgenommen haben. Doch mit diesen Konferenzen gehen auch einige Probleme einher: Man muss sich zu einer bestimmten Zeit an einem bestimmten Ort befinden und hat damit einhergehend auch noch Reisekosten. Hier aber genau kommt die WPDev Fusion ins Spiel, denn diese Veranstaltung ist virtuell. Gemütlich von der Couch kann man beispielsweise am 22. Januar an dieser globalen Veranstaltung teilnehmen.

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Hier die zugehörige Agenda:

January 22 – 6:00 PM – Main Stage
Introduction

 

January 22 – 6:15 PM – Main Stage

Utilizing the Speech API

Maciej Grabek

Is there any other way to establish communication between user and app different to graphical user interface and touch? Yes… there is… Instead of normal interaction we can simply TALK with our app. What more is that our app can talk to us! This gives you lot of new possibilities and WOW factor. Join this presentation to learn more how to surprise users of your app.

January 22 – 7:15 PM – Main Stage

Local data access in Windows Phone

Matteo Pagani

One of the most common requirements in a Windows Phone app is to store data locally, so that they can be accessed also when the Internet connection is missing. During this session we’ll see the available solutions: local storage, serialization and databases

January 22 – 8:15 PM – Main Stage

Mapping Tips and Tricks

Joost van Schaik

Windows Phone has a very exiting and versatile set of APIs around maps, location and routing. This session takes you on a short roundtrip trough the features and end with some real GIS integration
Basic Map manipulation & querying
Drawing and querying points on the map
Drawing and querying lines/polygons on the map
Integrate with routing
Basic proximity detection using Location tracking

January 22 – 9:15 PM – Main Stage

An App – No Code: The Microsoft App Studio

Peter Nowak

With Microsoft App Studio it is finally possible to create Apps without developer knowledge. There are some basics to learn. What these are and what you need to know is shown in this session.

January 22 – 10:15 PM – Main Stage

Sharing Data between W8 and WP8: Skydrive for developers

Ginny Caughey

Users love being able to share data between apps on Windows 8 and Windows Phone. This session shows you how to use Skydrive to share data between platforms as well as encryption techniques.

January 22 – 11:15 PM – Main Stage

Ask the experts

Peter Nowak
Maciej Grabek
Ginny Caughey
Matteo Pagani
Joost van Schaik

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English version

Along with Christmas we have a little gift from the Windows Phone development community for you: The WPDev Fusion „New Year Edition“, supported by Microsoft and Nokia. This is an evolution of the Windows Phone Week from last october, where over 1500 developers participated in. But these events also have a few downsides: You have to be at a specific time at a specific place in conjunction with travel costs. Here actually WPDev Fusion comes into the game as this event is pure virtual. Relaxed from your couch you can join this global event on January 22nd.

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Here the according agenda:

January 22 – 6:00 PM – Main Stage
Introduction

 

January 22 – 6:15 PM – Main Stage

Utilizing the Speech API

Maciej Grabek

Is there any other way to establish communication between user and app different to graphical user interface and touch? Yes… there is… Instead of normal interaction we can simply TALK with our app. What more is that our app can talk to us! This gives you lot of new possibilities and WOW factor. Join this presentation to learn more how to surprise users of your app.

January 22 – 7:15 PM – Main Stage

Local data access in Windows Phone

Matteo Pagani

One of the most common requirements in a Windows Phone app is to store data locally, so that they can be accessed also when the Internet connection is missing. During this session we’ll see the available solutions: local storage, serialization and databases

January 22 – 8:15 PM – Main Stage

Mapping Tips and Tricks

Joost van Schaik

Windows Phone has a very exiting and versatile set of APIs around maps, location and routing. This session takes you on a short roundtrip trough the features and end with some real GIS integration
Basic Map manipulation & querying
Drawing and querying points on the map
Drawing and querying lines/polygons on the map
Integrate with routing
Basic proximity detection using Location tracking

January 22 – 9:15 PM – Main Stage

An App – No Code: The Microsoft App Studio

Peter Nowak

With Microsoft App Studio it is finally possible to create Apps without developer knowledge. There are some basics to learn. What these are and what you need to know is shown in this session.

January 22 – 10:15 PM – Main Stage

Sharing Data between W8 and WP8: Skydrive for developers

Ginny Caughey

Users love being able to share data between apps on Windows 8 and Windows Phone. This session shows you how to use Skydrive to share data between platforms as well as encryption techniques.

January 22 – 11:15 PM – Main Stage

Ask the experts

Peter Nowak
Maciej Grabek
Ginny Caughey
Matteo Pagani
Joost van Schaik

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With this we already wish a Merry Christmas!

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