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The official release date for Windows Phone 7 is October 11th (in the US). Word around the internet is that it will be released in Canada around the end of October / beginning of November. LG, Samsung, HTC, and Dell have all developed handsets that will be available in Canada. One of the services we offer at imason is mobile development and since we are a Microsoft Gold Partner, developing on Windows Phone 7 is our forte (actually it’s the only mobile development we do). I assume as this platform gets bigger more people will jump to learn how to program on it, so this is a quick-and-dirty list of resources that will help you to learn about programming on Windows Phone 7.
If you are just starting out, then these links (and probably a couple of days of your time) will be sufficient to introduce you into the structure, framework, best practices, and common utilities for Windows Phone 7. And now I’m off to try and get my own TransitioningContentControl to work.