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Azure-Backed Applications on Windows Phone Mango


Chris Rajczi


Chris Rajczi will give us a serious look at the upcoming features on the Windows Phone Mango edition. This should be a great meeting for Windows Phone developers as well as the Silverlight developers among us. Want to get started before the meeting? We can download the latest version on the Microsoft Windows Phone Development site. We can also get a (marketing) view of Mango in action at YouTube. Chris will give us a good technical tour so downloading the beta version will give us a head start before the meeting.


Chris Rajczi has been writing software as a hobby since 1984 and started professionally in 1996. He has focused almost exclusively on web technologies utilizing the Microsoft stack. Chris has worked for TEKsystems in the Dallas area as a Principal Consultant for the last 12 years working with clients such as NEC, Tyco Electronics, Justin Industries, Siemens, Ackerman McQueen and many others. His most recent project utilized MVC3 Razor, NHibernate, Spring.NET and extensive CodeSmith code generation to build a web application deeply linked into Facebook. The application helps increase the efficiency of non-profit organizations by closing the feedback loop between donors and recipients. In his spare time, Chris is on the board of directors for 50 year old non-profit organization focused on endangered sea turtles and costal conservation around Caribbean and western Atlantic. He is currently building an Azure backed Windows Phone application that utilizes the capabilities of the phone to allow players to interact in the real world.

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