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MIX2010: Day 1 Keynote Part_2

Posted in Events by Agile Cat on March 16, 2010

Liveblog with Microsoft Student Insiders _2

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Joe Osborne:

"Good design is good iteration" – Dave Wolf
Couldn’t be more true…

9:33

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Tom Ziegmann:

Expression Blend 4 allows for animating Data Bound controls easily and seamlessly

9:33

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Joe Osborne:

The app only took two months?! Talk about rapid design!

9:34

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Tom Ziegmann:

Silverlight 4 Release Candidate now available. Get it at http://silverlight.net – Final version due next month.

9:34

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Jeremy Bray:

Windows Phone 7 Series time!

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Joe Osborne:

Windows Phone 7!

9:34

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Tom Ziegmann:

Joe Belfiore is coming on stage to talk Windows Phone 7 Series

9:35

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Tom Ziegmann:

Giving everyone a walkthrough on Windows Phone 7 with the first 3rd party apps.

9:36

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Joe Osborne:

About to show first third party apps on Windows Phone 7 (nerd squeal!)

9:36

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ChrisLove:

Is that @chrisgwilliams that keeps popping up over the XBox logo? #mix10

9:37

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Tom Ziegmann:

Showing off a daily build of Windows Phone 7 – Ahh! This keynote could get interesting.

9:38

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Tom Ziegmann:

People tile shows recent photos of contacts from social networks or contacts from Exchange

9:38

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Tom Ziegmann:

"Me" tile enables posting of status to social networks

9:39

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Jeremy Bray:

You can change tile locations and delete them in the exact same way as you do with the iPhone.

9:39

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Joe Osborne:

Customization mode very similar to iPhone, but vertical rather than horizontal

9:39

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Tom Ziegmann:

Had one glitch with the Phone onscreen, audience yelled "Screen!" Joe fixed right away

9:39

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[Comment From MaxMax: ]

Should developers be working on apps for windows 7 now or should we wait until we see a demand?

9:39

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Hilary Pike:

broken heart for when you’re ready to get rid of an item on the front – demo replacing himself with his wife … aww

9:40

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Joe Osborne:

Ahh the beauty of prototypes…

9:40

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alex_norcliffe:

Hokey dokey, here comes the good stuff #mix10 #wps7 #silverlight #mimecloud

9:40

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HilaryP:

RT @globalgeeknews: Its Windows Phone 7 Series time! Join the #mix2010 keynote live blog and find out the big news: http://bit.ly/cAHRKu #MicrosoftSI

9:40

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ReadyDesigns:

#mix10 Keynote: Sketchflow player lets sketches become interactive, function like the real deal.

9:40

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Tom Ziegmann:

@Max – That’s an interesting question. I personally would start developing now. Today Microsoft is launching developer tools for Windows Phone. Will provide more as soon as we know. @Joe, @Jeremy, what do you both think?

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Jeremy Bray:

@Max I will be developing now. The longer my apps can be available, the more market I can grab with them. The fewer apps that are available, the better odds I have of getting my app noticed and not overlooked in the thousands of other apps like with the iPhone.

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Joe Osborne:

@Max, I’d give it some time to wait for demand. Not sure how many early adopters we’ll be seeing. Might be a while until pre-orders start for Windows Phone 7 devices

9:43

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Joe Osborne:

However, I might become of those dastardly early adopters… This OS is just too sexy!

9:43

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Tom Ziegmann:

Showing off new feature in Windows Phone 7 calendar called "I’ll be late" Lets you email everyone telling them you’ll be late.

9:43

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Jeremy Bray:

As soon as Nextel gets one of these phones with Direct Connect, I will be moving to one of these phones from my Blackberry.

9:44

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Joe Osborne:

"I’ll be late" function in the calendar is brilliant! Perfect for someone like myself who’s all over the place

9:44

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Hilary Pike:

I’m always a few minutes late, love the ease of I’ll be late

9:44

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Tom Ziegmann:

Showing off "Hubs" in WP7

9:45

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Tom Ziegmann:

Hubs use design approach called panoramic experience. wider than the screen, so must scroll left or right to see more content

9:45

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Jeremy Bray:

I like the I’ll be late feature but not many people I have to meet with are as tied to their e-mail as I can be at times so I am not sure how helpful it will be for me.

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Joe Osborne:

@Hilary automatic trouble immunity! "Hey, I told you I was gonna’ be late" (waves WP7)

9:46

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Jeremy Bray:

The jump lists are nice for quickly getting to things like contacts. I wish the Zune HD had this for quickly getting to the music I want.

9:47

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Tom Ziegmann:

People view enables integrated experience for contacts. brings in phone info, social network info, and more

9:47

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Tom Ziegmann:

Can add people as Live Tiles to home screen and stay up to date with friends

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Hilary Pike:

@joe exactly, hope it’s as easy to provide other excuses on wp7

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Jeremy Bray:

Every Windows Phone 7 Series device is a Zune

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Inferis:

@zephyr2b also: do they expect *any* people who *haven’t* seen that demo at #mix10?

9:48

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Joe Osborne:

Every WP7 is a Zune by default, kind of expected, but nice to hear

9:48

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Tom Ziegmann:

Every Windows 7 Phone is a Zune, has the ability to access 3rd party services

9:48

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Tom Ziegmann:

Showing off Silverlight on the phone.

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Joe Osborne:

Oooh new stuf about to be shown… XNA??! Can’t wait!

9:49

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Tom Ziegmann:

Associated Press Mobile app being shown off. Developed by Archetype. Looks sexy in my opinion.

9:49

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Joe Osborne:

SIlverlight app, AP Mobile Experience – mobile news reader segmented by categories, headlines, shared stories

9:50

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Tom Ziegmann:

Features mutiple experiences. Photos, Videos, written stories. User focused. Can comment, digg stories, etc.

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Jeremy Bray:

A ford ad just popped up on top of the app. That wont be annoying at all…

9:50

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Joe Osborne:

Crawl ads will be the monetization (that a word?) model

9:50

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Tom Ziegmann:

Advertising enabled in 3rd party apps through Silverlight platform. To be expected.

9:51

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Joe Osborne:

three dimensional photo viewer? Super interactive news ingestion! Go!

9:52

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Tom Ziegmann:

Breaking News toast in app to allow users to jump directly to breaking news story. Very cool stuff for a news junkie like myself

9:52

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Joe Osborne:

What do you guys think of the crawl ad additions? Love it? Hate it? Gotta have the ads somewhere!

9:52

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DijitaleWeb:

Hmm démo live du nouveau windows phone 7, interface jolie mais qui prête à confusion. #mix10

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windowsphone:

RT @danielfe Windows Phone 7 Series has native support for Facebook and Twitter for your contacts #mix10 #wp7s

9:53

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Joe Osborne:

Hush Hush diary app by Jackson Fishmarket? We shall see…

9:54

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Tom Ziegmann:

Diary app has way to allow parents to "break in" animated cracked glass effect.

9:55

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Joe Osborne:

@Tom man, kids never get a break!

9:56

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Tom Ziegmann:

@Joe – As a "kid" I feel violated by that feature. Must find way to disable that feature. 😀

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[Comment From MaxMax: ]

Parents breaking in to diaires…EVIL!

9:57 Max

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kidsarttech:

디지털 일기 이네요 이게 잡지 개념으로….ㅎㅎ ì°¸ #mix10

9:57

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dovella:

RT @pocketnowTweets: Hush Hush app–it’s a diary with a combo lock using capacitive touch! Nice! #WP7 #mix10

9:57

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[Comment From Darren MSP IrelandDarren MSP Ireland: ]

I haven’t got an ad yet, though I’m looking forward to it now, I feel left out 😛

9:57

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[Comment From Darren MSP IrelandDarren MSP Ireland: ]

@Tom – Pin lock the phone on standby 😛

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Hilary Pike:

totally, breaking into a diary seems scary for the writer

9:57

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Tom Ziegmann:

@Darren – Good point. Judging by that prototype that Joe is using, there is a camera on the front. Maybe could use facial recognition too.

9:58

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Hilary Pike:

coloring a photo on wp7, seems like a good pass-time

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Joe Osborne:

Photo editor in WP7 can manually add in original color to B&W photos! Neat stuff. Beats the Photoshop mobile app for sure..

9:59

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Jeremy Bray:

3D game time!

9:59

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Tom Ziegmann:

Showing off XBox Live game called "The Harvest" 3D enabled game, showing off how powerful the platform is.

9:59

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[Comment From Darren MSP IrelandDarren MSP Ireland: ]

@ Tom – That is a wicked cool Idea! If you get to meet them this week, please suggest that!

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