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Event: Windows Phone 8 + Windows 8 
We're very lucky to have ex-MVP and now Microsoft Technical Evangelist Andy Wigley visiting Birmingham this month to talk about creating applications for both Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8. We've a nugget I'm pretty sure, and the ubiquitous Pizza!

If you are not a member of NxtGenUG, you are more than welcome to attend. We just ask you register on the site, to help us to plan numbers and refreshments. Once registered on the site, you can then register for this event from this page.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Region: Birmingham
Location: Faraday Wharf
Holt Street
Birimingham Science Park Aston
Birmingham
B7 4BB
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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Event Breakdown
Andy Wigley Building Cross-Platform Apps for Windows Phone and Windows 8
Windows Phone 8 boasts a shared OS core with ‘big’ Windows, both using the same kernel and sharing many other low-level OS components. At the developer level however, the need for backwards compatibility with Windows Phone 7 and the later creation of the Windows 8 Store Apps development model means that while there are many similarities, there are also many differences that you have to account for.
With careful application of the correct programming patterns, taking advantage of portable class libraries, and utilising code sharing techniques, between 50 – 75% code re-use can be achieved. In this session, I will show you how.

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