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MIX2010: Day 1 Keynote Part_3

Posted in Events by Agile Cat on March 16, 2010

Liveblog with Microsoft Student Insiders _3

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emilbacklund:

Windows Phone 7 looks promising! #mix10

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manan:

RT @abhinaba: #mix10 #wp7 Joe demoing XNA games on the Windows Phone. Underneath all that managed code is running on #netcf

 

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ScMcDonnell:

ScottGu reminds me of Where’s Waldo. #mix10

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andtii:

Scott shows howto write an app for windows phone 7 using visual studio and blend @ #mix10

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malegretti:

"o nome do game é "Harvest"… pra quem quiser ver os screenshots: http://bit.ly/b877Mu #mix10"

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browniepoints:

Announcing KharaPos, a Silverlight 4/RIA Services/.NET4 exemplar app. http://kharapos.codeplex.com currently demos basic RIA Services #mix10

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Joe Osborne:

Aaaaand we’re back! Sorry guys and gals!

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Joe Osborne:

Had a bit of connection issues with the ethernets… yay for WiFi?

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Joe Osborne:

Demo using Expression Blend 4 for WP7? This is what I’m talking about!

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rodrigokono:

TOP! RT: @DavideZordan: RT @shanselman: Multi-touch Windows 7 monitors/laptops enable multi-touch in the developer emulator. #mix10

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dovella:

RT @ai: For those of you watching the #mix10 live stream – there are more really kickass app demos to come. http://live.visitmix.com/ #wp7dev #wp7

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MrHinsh:

RT @JustinKing: This is how Microsoft will get back into the Mobile game. Developer experience is awwwwwesome. #mix10

 

10:26

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KeizerAlex:

Tools voor #wp7 development worden gratis #mix10

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DPSJ:

Great demo of #wp7dev with Expression Blend 4 for Windows Phone. Gorgeous UI in about 8 minutes. #mix10 #wp7s

 

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DomagojPa:

RT @timheuer: Silverlight 4 RC now available: A guide to what has changed in the Silverlight 4 RC – http://bit.ly/9CN9wD #mix10

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Hilary Pike:

Visual Studio 2010 Express for Windows Phone- http://www.microsoft.com/express/phone/ #wp7dev

 

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Hilary Pike:

From Darren – @Hilary – More tools at http://silverlight.net/getstarted/devices/windows-phone/

 

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Hilary Pike:

We lost our connection – sorry for the delay and we’re having some trouble approving comments but we’ll post them

 

10:32

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CalebJenkins:

ugh… "Spiderman is someone who spends a lot of time on the web…" groan. 🙂 #mix10

 

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pocketnowTweets:

Hardware-accelerated deep zoom on Graphic.ly comic app for high-res zooming. Very nice. #WP7 #mix10

 

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AlanMichas:

foursquare app now bing demoed on the Win Phone 7. #mix10

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Hilary Pike:

Scott Hanselman showed us http://foursquare.com/ when we were in Redmond, do I want to be the mayor of Chucky Cheese?

 

10:38

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Hilary Pike:

http://www.shazam.com/ helps you identify a music tracks and connect them to your social networks

 

10:43

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Jeremy Bray:

Yay, we are finally back online!

 

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Hilary Pike:

Avatar’s on wp7, sweet

 

10:44

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WirelessLife:

Hey @ckindel looks like you are in need of a TorontoFC jersey 🙂 How are the Sounders doing again? Awesome app BTW. #WP7 #WP7Dev #mix10

 

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Jeremy Bray:

Loic Le Meur is getting ready to show off Seesmic on Windows Phone 7 Series.

 

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Hilary Pike:

eesmic, mmmm, i love seesmic

 

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Jeremy Bray:

Actually, it looks like it is for the desktop, not the Phone.

 

10:47

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Hilary Pike:

Coming up soon – @ClintRutkas from Coding4Fun steps up to the mic at Mix10

 

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Joe Osborne:

Are we a gogo?

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Hilary Pike:

@Jeremy – you beat the news 🙂

 

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Jeremy Bray:

Correction yet again, we are now seeing Seesmic on the phone

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moon:

@sarahintampa Two years ago we talked about a thread on C9 and now that lie is a #mix10 Keynote http://twitter.com/moon/status/10527277401

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Joe Osborne:

Yay! We’re back in time for Coding4Fun antics!

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Hilary Pike:

Dan Fernandez steps up – to demo Coding4Fun canon. He interviewed me when I joined Microsoft !

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Joe Osborne:

Could this be the program that Clint Rutkas was working on when we met in Redmond two months back?

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Hilary Pike:

@Joe absolutely, although I haven’t seen it since

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Joe Osborne:

Aww, Clint in his lab coat!!

 

10:55

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Joe Osborne:

I assume this Cannon app is about to destroy us all…

 

10:55

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Joe Osborne:

FIRE!!

 

10:56

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Jeremy Bray:

Shooting red shirts into the crowd with the cannon. This is sweet!

 

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Joe Osborne:

App is open source today for download at MIX 10

 

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Jeremy Bray:

The app will be open sourced in case you want to build your own shirt firing cannon.

 

10:57

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Jeremy Bray:

XNA time.

 

10:57

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Joe Osborne:

Here we go… what we gamers have waited for: XNA!

 

10:57

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Joe Osborne:

Battle Punks on screen, old news, but will be nice to see in action

 

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jaredbro:

@loic shows cool twitter location map for Seesmic on Windows Phone 7, will this come to Seesmic Android and other @Seesmic products? #mix10

 

10:57

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Joe Osborne:

Major Nelson?! Tis an honor…

 

10:57

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Jeremy Bray:

Major Nelson is now on stage to show off an XNA game on Windows Phone.

 

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Joe Osborne:

Not sure how accurate Goo Splat was, but I’m sure that will be worked out before it goes live

 

10:59

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nzben:

The partner phone with WP7 are notably faster and more stable than the early demos. Phew! #mix10

 

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michaelmcclary:

Ready for XNA section – writing games on Windows Phone #WP7 #mix10

 

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WirelessLife:

They are using a #WP7 device to control a robot cannon controlled via the accellorometer. Open source avail! Very cool. #WP7 #WP7Dev #mix10

 

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Jeremy Bray:

You can unlock achievements and earn gamerscore on the Windows Phone.

 

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Joe Osborne:

Harvest is back! Looking much smoother this time around, thankfully

 

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Jeremy Bray:

We are now getting to see Harvest on the PC and now Xbox 360.

 

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Joe Osborne:

Same game on all three Microsoft gaming platforms… interconected play perhaps?

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Joe Osborne:

Demo’s created in only three weeks time?!

 

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Joe Osborne:

Any killer game ideas for XNA 4 on WP7?

 

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Jeremy Bray:

Now time to look at how we find and buy apps and games for the Windows Phone.

 

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Joe Osborne:

Queue cutesy music for WP7 sales model…

 

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Jeremy Bray:

It appears you can try apps before you buy them. Very cool!

 

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Joe Osborne:

Ability to demo apps and games automatically? Tom, Jeremy and I were just discusing this last night!

 

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Jeremy Bray:

Looks like it is time to talk when Windows Phone 7 Series is coming.

 

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Joe Osborne:

When can we start? NOW

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Hilary Pike:

Michael Klucher – http://klucher.com/ – the Product Manager for XNA talks about XNA announcements at Mix and GDC last week

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Jeremy Bray:

Correction, its about when developers can start downloading and creating apps which are now available.

 

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Joe Osborne:

Get devigning for WP7 guys and gals!

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Hilary Pike:

developer.windowsphone.com

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JeremySharp:

I’m a PC. #mix10

 

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Jeremy Bray:

And that is it for the keynote. Lights are up and the people are starting to leave.

 

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Joe Osborne:

Aaand that’s guys! More live bloging goodness tomorrow at 12:00 p.m. EST

 

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[Comment From Ashley MyersAshley Myers: ]

@Joe The music is very Sim-esque.

 

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[Comment From MaxMax: ]

WinMo was primarily targeted at biz users…it sounds like WP7 is a complete departure from this…what ya’ll think?

 

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[Comment From Darren MSP IrelandDarren MSP Ireland: ]

It looks like Outlook, really beautiful looking. Love the new UI!

 

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Joe Osborne:

Tell your friends, tell your mom, tell your dad and come on back tomorrow!

 

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Hilary Pike:

Thanks for joining, we’ll be back tomorrow with more mix10 fun!

 

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jwmcpeak:

RT @elijahmanor: Announced: win mobile 7 series phone Dev tools are now available! http://developer.windowsphone.com #mix10

 

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[Comment From Ashley MyersAshley Myers: ]

Great coverage guys! I have senior project same time as keynote tomorrow, but maybe I’ll convince folks to watch…

 

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[Comment From Ashley MyersAshley Myers: ]

@Max I’m all for it. Even though I’ll be entering the workforce in a few months, to have a phone that only works well for business purposes makes no sense to me. I don’t work 24/7…having downtime is essential!

 

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Tom Ziegmann:

Thanks everyone for attending!

 

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