Microsoft has said it will be adding a dozen of sessions dedicated to Windows Mobile apps and games, as well as development, in its plans for the forthcoming Mix 10 symposium scheduled for mid-March in Las Vegas, it has been reported.
However, the company hasn’t divulged any details about the content of those particular sessions, but the Mix site is carrying 12 placeholders for them.
The company further announced that its Corporate VP for Windows Mobile Program Management, Joe Belfiore, will be one of the keynoters at the conference.
Belfiore, a veteran behind Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Zune User-Interface and Windows Media Center, presently holds the responsibility for “the overall design and product definition of the software that powers Windows Phones”.
He is an eminent consumer advocate and has headed the design and development of a wide array of products from Microsoft. With the announcement of Belfiore taking the stage at the Mix 10, users can always expect something big is coming from the labs of Microsoft.
In addition to his keynote, eleven distinct Windows Phone sessions have been proclaimed for the conference in the next month.
This is apparently going to be an interesting event, particularly for the developers currently mulling over the plans to develop apps for Windows Mobile 7.