Last night was the 11th meeting of the Windows Phone User Group and it was another successful event.
This month we heard from a number of people demoing apps they had made plus sharing some of the lessons learnt in their creation and their plans for new updates and features using the Mango tools.
“Good time at @wpug! Big thanks to @mrlacey for organising and to all WPUGees! See you next month!” – verysoftware
“@pauliom great talk at @wpug and really useful app for steam addicts. The website is really great as well to showcase the app” -Mendzapp
Next up was KeyboardP who showed us 2 simple apps he’d released (including Songs Alike) as part of an experiment into application optimization. He also shared some very interesting tips on application pricing.
“Awesome evening at the @WPUG meetup, met some great people and heard some very interesting info! Thanks all!” – roybott
Andrew Fraser shared some of his experiences around translating/localizing apps as well as text to speech and speech to text conversions that were part of several projects including Free Wikipedia Viewer. He also pointed us to http://wp7resxlocgenerator.codeplex.com/
The evening didn’t end there though. Many of us stayed to chat and share development tips, tricks and experiences late into the night.
Unfortunately we had a bit of noise coming down from the band playing upstairs but the presenters all coped marvellously. We will be doing everything we can to prevent this affecting us at future events.
“Had a good time with @Andy_Gore, @ngmagill, @lookitskris, @keyboardP (very briefly), @kudresov and the @verysoftware guys at tonight’s @wpug” – GergelyOrosz
Videos of each of the demos will, hopefully, be available soon. Meanwhile, why not download the apps and try them for yourself.
“Just got back from @wpug. Had a great time as always. Nice meeting everyone!” – keyboardp
Details of July’s event will be announced shortly…
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