RedBit just completed a project with MuchMTV Networks to bring their Much On Demand brand for MuchMusic to Windows Phone.
What does the MOD for Windows Phone app do? Allows you to see what’s coming up for the week, upcoming guests, request tickets for the live MOD show, view pictures of past guests and vote for the Top Daily 5. There is even integration with Twitter and Facebook.
Download now MuchOnDemand for your Windows Phone from Windows Marketplace for Mobile directly from your Windows Phone. If you don’t have Windows Marketplace for Mobile browse to mp.marketplace.com from your phone to get it and get MuchOnDemand for your Windows Phone.
I recently wrote about the Toronto version of winmodevcamp and we finally have all details. Be sure to join us as all Canadian carriers will be present including the newest company to the wireless sector WIND (Globalive Communications). Be sure to register for winmodevcamp and join us!
WinMoDevCamp will be coming to Toronto on November 11th 2009. WinMoDevCamp is a series of not-for-profit gatherings to develop applications for the newly released Microsoft Windows Phone 6.5 O/S. This “Camp” has been held in other predominant cities such as Seattle and San Francisco, and will also be taking place in New York, London, Tokyo and many other cities around the world. Register Here.
Attendees will include mobile developers, web developers, .Net Developers, UI designers, testers, device manufactures and Canadian Carriers, all working together. Development projects will include both solo and team efforts. While some attendees will wish to work solo during the event, we encourage attendees to team up, based on expertise, to work in ad-hoc project development teams. All attendees should be prepared to work on a development project during the event.
Attendees will be able to:
- Create new applications for the Windows Mobile Platform.
- Meet and work side-by-side with team members from the Microsoft Mobile Developer Experience team.
- Gain assistance in migrating existing mobile applications from the iPhone, Blackberry and Palm Pre to the Windows Mobile Platform.
- Create applications to support Windows Enterprise Applications.
- Interact with Canadian Wireless Carrier representatives
(Bell, Telus, Rogers & WIND)
Many thanks to the Microsoft Mobile Developer Experience team for their support in making these events happen! I want to specifically thank Loke Uei, Senior Technical Project Manager on the Microsoft Mobile Developer Experience team for not hesitating in giving his full support to the community.
In our recent session at TechDays Canada 2009 (Taking Your Application on the Road with Windows Mobile® Software) I promised to make some links and the source code available so here it is
See my post on FITC Mobile 2009 for more links.
Here is the .NET sample source code for Windows Mobile for the demos shown.
If you have questions just ping me via my blog or twitter.
TechDays Canada 2009 is well underway with the first session being in Vancouver on Sept 14 and two days ago was the Toronto session.
Similar to TechDays Canada 2008 I will be delivering a Windows Mobile session and talking about what’s coming in Windows Mobile 6.5 from a developer perspective and Anthony Bartolo from Microsoft Canada will be delivering details on Windows Marketplace for Mobile.
Next cities include
- Halifax – November 2-3, 2009
- Calgary – November 17-18, 2009
- Montreal – December 2-3, 2009
- Ottawa – December 9-10, 2009
- Winnipeg – December 15-16, 2009
There will be a lot more sessions for both developers and IT Pros with forty 200+ level sessions for current Microsoft products and products like Windows 7, Exchange 2010 and more.
Here is the link to register for TechDays Canada 2009.
Remember if you want more Windows Mobile developer information be sure to join us at Windows Mobile Developer Camp in Toronto!
The first Windows Mobile Developer Camp was held in Seattle back in August. Yesterday at TechDays Toronto during our Taking Your Application on the Road with Windows Mobile® Software session Anthony and I announced the date for the Toronto edition of the Windows Mobile 6.5 Developer Camp which is November 11 2009. Perfect timing as it’s after the official launch of Windows Mobile 6.5 (or Windows Phone 🙂
More details to follow but be sure to join us as we will have prizes and lot’s of info on developing for WinFo.