Windows Phone 7 Guide for iPhone Application Developers (Windows Phone Team)

 
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Windows Phone 7 Guide for iPhone Application Developers (Windows Phone Team)

This guide is for you if you have experience creating iPhone applications and want to design them for Windows Phone 7.

The information in the manual will expand on what you already know about creating iPhone applications to cover what you need to know to add Windows Phone 7 development to your skill set.

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