Episode 015 – “Winning With Watson”


Brandon Watson (Director of Developer Experience, Microsoft)


Gary Pretty’s Giveaway: RadControls for Windows Phone


Windows Phone Marketplace Goes Down
XBox Live for Windows Phone Goes Down
Rowi and MetroTwit Joins Forces with “The Nest”
SSL Update Drops on Schedule
Chris Walsh Explains What’s Included in the SSL Update

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  1. says

    This is impressive stuff! I discovered this podcast through the Windows Phone Secrets blog, and I plan on listening to each episode from now on. Great work guys!

    P.S. Can’t wait to get my Trophy this month (((crosses fingers!))).

  2. Anonymous says

    Bing Audio will be available in regions where users can access and purchase respective marketplace content.
    Bing Vision has no region restrictions.

  3. Robert says

    It sounds like Bing vision is kind of like Google Goggles. This is really cool. I like Windows Phone 7 now, its just going to get better.

    The one thing I’d like to see done is that they make it so you can turn the phone in landscape view and use the main hub screen. Also they should push (or should I say encourage) all app developers to make their apps arrange into landscape view.

  4. techieg says

    It makes no sense that people will complaint that some features will not be available outside the US, of course that may be the case because not all acountries have web/cloud services available toffer. So that is not news, there is no single service that is available in every single country on earth and it is less likely to change until every country is advanced anough to have developers provide such services and access to it.

  5. a avrashow says

    Is link to Brandon’s Twitter accidentally linking to phishing site??? Twiter… brings up “survey” asking for info!!!

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