Nokia / Microsoft Windows Phone Camp
Saturday, March 31, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (BST)
London, United Kingdom
FREE EVENT - LIMITED SPACES
The Windows Phone Camps are events which will show you how to learn and build Windows Phone apps. You can work on your own projects with assistance from our Windows Phone MVPs, network with others and also have the option of attending short tutorial sessions on Windows Phone related topics. If you are new to Windows Phone, this is the ideal event for you as you will have the opportunity to understand the general approach and capabilities of Windows Phone development.
The Windows Phone Camps will cover an introductory design session as well as a range of short tutorial sessions. Short tutorial session will include topics such as Introduction to Windows Phone Development, Controls & Control Toolkit, Execution Model, Storing Data, Launchers & Choosers, Accessing Cloud Services, Marketplace & Submission. Also, there will be informal Mango tutorial sessions on offer covering topics such as Multi-tasking, Debugging & Profiling, Motion API, Advertising SDK and Sockets.
Representatives from Nokia will be available to discuss Nokia devices, services and developer outreach initiatives.
By registering and attending the camp, you will receive an exclusive Windows Phone Design Guide Sketch Pad.
Spaces are limited, so register your place in the Windows Phone Camp today!
What to expect at the upcoming UK Windows Phone Camps?
If you are the few lucky ones who have scored a seat, here is a quick preview of what is in store for you!
Registration kicks off at 8:30am so you can make your way to the venue as we will start promptly at 9am. After a brief introduction to the day, we will encourage everyone to join a session focused on design and user journey for Windows Phone. The design of an app is often overlooked so we hope to provide you with the fundamentals to not only design for Windows Phone but design in general so you can better navigate your way to an app that delivers a fantastic user experience.
Then, the camp opens up to two zones. The first one is the open workshop zone where you can learn and work at your own pace with guided help from our trainers from Appamundi. You can also meet other windows phone developers and find out what they are up to. The second one is the tutorial zone where a number of short tutorial sessions can be requested on-demand throughout the day which will also be delivered by the trainers from Appamundi. You are encouraged to make the most of both zones and choose what you want to do as the day progresses. Whether you are completely new to Windows Phone or you have a few questions around getting started, you can get what you need in one of the two zones.
Of course, we will have snacks and drinks throughout the day to keep you energised.
In the meantime, keep checking the MSDN blog for updated information or follow us on Twitter (uktechdays) and #wpcampuk. If you have any other questions, drop us an email on email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
How much do I need to know about Windows Phone to attend this camp?
You do not need any prior experience or knowledge about Windows Phone or apps development to attend this camp. The purpose of this camp is to provide you with the basic skills and knowledge to get started with learning about Windows Phone apps development.
Who can attend these camps?
Students, developers, hobbyist, technology enthusiasts. Everyone is welcome! All we ask is that you are ready and keen to learn about Windows Phone app development.
How much does it cost to attend this camp?
This camp is free to attend.
What do I need to prepare in advance to make the most of this camp?
There are a basic set of things you should prepare before attending the camp. This includes bringing your own suitable laptop with the Windows Phone Developer tools installed (these are free) preferably these are the latest version of the tools.
What if I have registered already and cannot make it on the day?
Please let us know as soon as you can if you cannot make the camp as there will be plenty of people who are keen to take your spot. Please respect the trainers and your fellow delegates by turning up if you have registered and committed.