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# 144067 6-May-2014 16:09
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As the topic suggests, where do you find a Windows Phone developer in Auckland?

I have looked on MS website, no luck. Google doesnt really bring up anything ...

Any tips?

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  # 1037812 6-May-2014 16:14
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A few presented at tech-ed last year.  The one that comes immediately to mind is: 

http://www.markermetro.com/

(mainly because I once worked with the CEO - good guy :) )

I'm sure a bit of googling for the teched schedule last year might help you find the others.


EDIT: it might also be worth just googling for .NET developers in Auckland; chances are they may have some experience with windows phone, or won't have much trouble picking it up...

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  # 1037899 6-May-2014 18:54
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Search engines won't produce any results unless you type "Developers developers developers developers"

Seriously, it depends on the gig.

 

  • NZ company extending platform reach - could ask ASB/NZHerald/AA/Yellow who did their apps
  • Startup idea - find an Auckland/NZ app in the store that looks similar to your concept and contact the developer
  • Internal corporate app - get a dinosaur dotnet dev to throw together some crap, employees only care about getting the job done and getting home on time, not slickness or beauty




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  # 1037923 6-May-2014 20:13
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get in touch with me and I can connect you with the right people.  regan dot murphy at Microsoft.com

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  # 1052852 25-May-2014 15:31
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For professional development you'll likely want to contact a Microsoft shop. Most .net developers will be able to do it easily enough, particularly if they've had some Wpf/Silverlight or Web experience.

If you're looking to do something cross-platform in the mobile space, there are a few write-once publish-many-devices style tools out there to use.

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