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PDC About Azure, IE9 and Windows Phone 7

The Azure Platform, Windows Phone 7 and Internet Explorer were big topics at the Professional Developers Conference last week. The high-level takeaways: Microsoft tried to put a freeze on any developer drift to Google Chrome while it readies IE9, the company issued a call-to-arms for developers to write apps for Windows Phone 7 and there's a ton of new stuff coming to the Azure Platform. Kathleen Richardson  has the details here.

Posted by Scott Bekker on November 01, 2010 at 11:58 AM


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