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Windows Phone 7 isn’t widely available yet, but you can already buy quite a few apps for it. I’m proud to say that my little game, Classic Hits, has just been published in the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace.
With my own first Windows Phone 7 app ready for the marketplace, I receive word of the first meeting of the Windows Phone 7 Toronto User Group. It’s on November 16th, 6:30 pm at the Microsoft Canada headquarters in Mississauga.
From the reviews - and my experience developing a tiny app on the emulator - Windows Phone 7 is looking good as another .NET platform. Unfortunately, the touted WP7 interface exacerbates simulation (motion) sickness. It’s like (but not nearly as bad as) the artificial motion in video games that induces nausea, forcing me to look away.