Windows Phone 8 SDK preview opens September 12th
September 7, 2012 at 17:54 GMT | By Darlington Moyo
Microsoft announced that developers will be able to sign-up for inclusion in the Windows Phone 8 SDK (Software Development Kit) programme from next week. Microsoft also revealed that the program will be initially limited to a select few at first until the full Windows Phone 8 SDK is publicly available later this year, after Windows Phone 8 has been released. Microsoft will release detailed instructions on how current Windows Phone developers with published apps can apply next Wednesday.
Senior Director for Windows Marketplace at Microsoft, Todd Brix explained:
Today I'm happy to announce that the time has come to make the near-final kit available to more developers through the Windows Phone 8 SDK Preview Program.The full Windows Phone 8 SDK will be made publically available later this year when we unveil Windows Phone 8.However, some selected developers have already had access to the new Windows Phone 8 SDK and a unfinished version was widely leaked last month.
SOURCE: The Verge
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