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Integrating SharePoint Social features into your Windows Phone 7 Application

I’ve got the demo applications all dialed in for my SharePoint Conference 2011 session!  Darrin Bishop, Matthew McDermott, Gary Lapointe and I have all spent time getting the demo application and environment in tip top shape to make for a killer session. 

Here’s the session description and some sneak peak screenshots of the application.  Come to the session to see the rest of what the application can do!

The session runs from 3:45-5PM Pacific Time on Monday, October 3rd!  Hope to see you there!

Now that you’ve created a Windows Phone 7 application that integrates with SharePoint 2010, it’s time to take it to the next level and integrate social features.  In this session, you will learn how to use the social capabilities SharePoint has to offer such as people search, user profile data, activity feeds, and colleagues. You will also learn how to provide push notifications in Windows Phone 7 applications that alert users when SharePoint list data, or social data has changed.  Finally, you will learn how to use external social web sites like Twitter and Facebook to compliment your social functionality and broaden the reach of your application to the world.

Your SharePoint colleagues:

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Searching SharePoint for people:

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The SharePoint Activity Feed:

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Integration with Twitter:

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One response on “Integrating SharePoint Social features into your Windows Phone 7 Application

  1. Claire says:

    Looks pretty slick! If only the social features (or any features besides list views) worked on the iphone…