Windows Phone Unleashed @ TechWeek Chicago, RSVP Soon To Win Microsoft Goodies

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During TechWeek Chicago to be held next week tomorrow (27th July), Microsoft is hosting “Windows Phone Unleashed @ TechWeek” event. The event will feature getting started sessions on Windows Phone platform development with some Windows Azure stuff too. The event will be hosted by Dave, Developer Evangelist at Microsoft with some other experts which will provide you knowledge on end to end Windows Phone developer experience. Added to all these stuff, you could also win free Microsoft goodies like Xbox 360’s, Visual Studio 2010 Professional and of course some Windows Phone devices too.

Don’t miss this opportunity to get hands on with Windows Phone and the new features coming in Windows Phone “Mango”. Get help developing apps from the Windows Phone experts! This is a “hands-on” Hackathon where you will learn how to build, scale and publish your Windows Phone apps from the Windows Phone and Windows Azure experts. If you are a beginner or even an expert Windows Phone developer, you should not miss this event.

We will have short sessions on how to get started creating apps for the Windows Phone. And sessions on how to make serious $$$ building Windows Phone apps. Bring your laptop and we will provide all of the necessary tools needed to build your apps. This five hour event will bring together experts and developers with the purpose of developing WP7 apps.

Bring your ideas! Present them to your peers and WIN! Top app ideas will be voted on with an opportunity to WIN FREE Marketplace registration and more! We will also show participants who manage to create a Windows Phone app how they can be entered to win a new Windows Phone!

If you are a student, this is an event you can’t afford to miss! We will show you multiple ways to get FREE Unlocked Samsung Focus Windows Phones, FREE Xbox 360 games, FREE Visual Studio 2010 Professional, FREE Windows Phone Marketplace accounts and FREE Gift Cards.

For more details and registration, visit http://windowsphonetechweek.eventbrite.com/

Update: The event date updated.

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