For this second conference, I will write a small Windows Phone 7 App, which allows the users to see all the informations about the speakers, the sessions and the twitter wall. The user (the attendee) has the possibility to create their very own agenda to see which session they want to visit.
In the following blog entries I want to describe the programming of that Windows phone 7 app. This Post starts a serial about creating a WP7 app for the attendees (and other user) of the .NET community conference “See# Party”
The app is hosted at the online repository “BitBucket” because I love Mercurial and all of its features:
Feel free to visit the Repository, take a look at the code, create some Issues or contribute some code.
The main goal is to create a clean code application with strong MVVM in the presentation logic and event based components in the business logic.
The base requirements can be found at BitBucket:
A small note about the name of the conference for all of you who don’t understand German:
“See” is the German word of “Lake” (Kreuzlingen is at the Lake of Constance) and is nearly pronounced like the German pronunciation of the character “C”.
So “C#” and “See#” is nearly pronounced in the same way.