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Custom Walkthrough: Create an Azure-integrated Windows 7 Phone App

Trying to simultaneously tackle a phone app, a web app, and a native Windows app is a little intimidating the first time. Larry O'Brien shows you how surprisingly easy this task becomes with Visual Studio 2010 and .NET technologies. Start here.

Tapping the Power of Facebook and the Cloud

So you've decided to leverage social media with an application you hope will go viral. Are you prepared to log sign-ups at a rate of 20 per minute, 1,200 per hour and 670,000 in five weeks? Can you handle 50,000 sign-ups in one day? Here's how the Outback Steakhouse restaurant chain, in cahoots with Florida ISV Thuzi and Windows Azure, turned a free appetizer offer into a Bloomin' success and how others are following suit.

Live Sponsored Event from CodeRush: Web Development Is About to Get Easier�

Join us for the live broadcast of a new product that contains everything you need to build Web sites using Windows. See how Microsoft WebMatrix can provide you with everything you need to start building Web sites from a development server to a Web framework to a database. Streamline your site development, whether you're starting from scratch or starting with an open-source app. If you are a developer, a student, or just about anyone who simply wants a small and simple way to build Web sites, then this is the tool that makes it all easy. Learn more about this tool and how it can help you in this live launch broadcast from CodeMash.

Submitting Your Windows Phone 7 Application to the Windows Marketplace

Windows Phone 7-based devices have been available since early October and the official application marketplace is now open in select countries. It's now time for developers to publish their applications for distribution or sale. This article walks you through the application submission process.

Walkthrough: Light Up Your Windows 7 App: Jump Lists, Libraries, and Microsoft Platform Ready

With the Windows 7 SDK and the Windows API Code Pack, developers can light up their apps for Windows 7 in simple ways that have a big impact. This walkthrough highlights two slick features, Jump Lists and Libraries, then reviews how to take your new and improved app through a new and improved (and free) testing process via Microsoft Platform Ready.

Getting Advanced Performance for Multicore Applications in C/C++ and Fortran

Multicore systems offer new challenges to getting high performance. This article discusses some of these challenges and how the new Intel Parallel Studio XE 2011 can deliver what is needed to resolve these issues via the compiler, Math Kernel Library, integrated performance primitives, the performance libraries, the thread building blocks and various other tools that are now available.

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