Tell us about your experience with Windows Phone
I have been a huge fan of Windows Phone. My experience with Windows Phone has been really great. Windows Phone is a fast OS that’s easy to use and full of useful features. Developing for Windows Phone has pretty much been the same story. Windows Phone SDK is simply incredible, and all the resources online are great. I find the User Interface (UI) really fresh and inspiring and have even used some of its elements on my blog. I develop independently like many others, but I never feel really overwhelmed with what I’m doing.
Are you interested in tracking stock market trends? Check out the student-developed app, iStock. You can customize which stocks you follow and what types of information you receive about them. iStock gives you company and stock news as well as overall financial markets news. There is an analysis chart that allows you to zoom in and look closely at what’s been happening to a particular stock.
Need a laugh? By signing up for this free app, you will receive Calvin & Hobbes daily on your Windows Phone home screen live tile. The Calvin & Hobbes Tile app that was created by a student, has awesome illustrations and comics that will put a smile on your face.
This past weekend student developers came together in more than 100 locations around the world to write apps for Windows 8. More than 17,000 students registered for the events, making it the largest simultaneous hackathon of student developers in history.
If you missed the Windows Store app development themed week highlighted on the Microsoft Student Experience Facebook Page and @MS_Student Twitter handle – have no fear! Don’t forget to check out the Facebook Chat about Windows Store app development on this blog post with Microsoft Developer Evangelist, Jeremy Foster. We’ve included links to all of all resources we shared last week so you have everything in one place.