Mystery Windows Phone 7 MIX 11 sessions revealed


session speaker day begin end
Application Design for Windows Phone Megan Donahue 4/12 11:30 12:30
XNA Game Studio for Fun, Profit, Danger, Excitement and Windows Phone 7 Games Rob Miles 4/12 11:30 12:30
Expert Lessons: Top Tips to Building a Successful Windows Phone Application Stefan Wick 4/12 14:00 15:00
Who Would Pay for that Feature? Adding Analytics to Your Windows Phone 7 Applications David Poeschl 4/12 14:00 15:00
Rx: A Library for Managing Asynchronous Data and Events in Your Windows Phone 7 Application Jim Wooley 4/12 15:30 16:30
What’s Coming Next to the Windows Phone Application Platform Andrew Clinick 4/13 11:30 12:30
Building Windows Phone 7 Applications with the Windows Azure Platform Wade Wegner 4/13 11:30 12:30
Going Mobile with Your Site on Internet Explorer 9 and Windows Phone 7 Joe Marini 4/13 11:30 12:30
Mini-Session: Get Ready for Fast Application Switching in Windows Phone Adina Trufinescu 4/13 14:00 14:25
What’s New in the Windows Phone Developer Tools? Vibhor Agarwal 4/13 14:35 15:00
Windows Phone Multitasking Darin Miller 4/13 15:30 16:30
Multitasking in the Next Version of Windows Phone, Part II: Using Background Agents Peter Torr 4/13 17:00 18:00
Flickr API: Tap Into Billions of Photos for Windows Phone 7 Markus Spiering 4/13 17:00 18:00
Sensor Access in the Next Version of Windows Phone Mark Paley 4/14 9:00 10:00
What’s New for Windows Phone Development with Silverlight? Shawn Oster 4/14 9:00 10:00
Windows Phone Architecture – Deep Dive Istvan Cseri 4/14 10:30 11:30
Analyzing and Improve Windows Phone Application Performance Jeff Wilcox 4/14 10:30 11:30
What’s New for Windows Phone Development with the XNA Framework? Brian Hudson 4/14 12:00 13:00
Making Money with Your Application on Windows Phone Todd Brix 4/14 12:00 13:00
Enhanced Push Notifications & Live Tiles for Windows Phone Thomas Fennel 4/14 13:30 14:30
Creating Windows Phone Applications Using Expression Blend Unni Ravindranathan 4/14 13:30 14:30
New Data Access Features Coming to Windows Phone Sean McKenna 4/14 15:00 16:00
All Thumbs: Redesigning an Existing UI to Suit Windows Phone 7 Ward Bell 4/14 15:00 16:00
Mashing Up Data on the Web and Windows Phone with Windows Azure DataMarket Max Uritsky 4/14 15:00 16:00
The Tale of Two Apps: Making a Splash in the Windows Phone Marketplace András Velvárt, Bálint Orosz 4/14 15:00 16:00

Microsoft has now published the names of the mystery Windows phone 7 sessions which has so far simply been labelled TBC.

With today’s keynote pretty much a waste of time for Windows Phone 7 fans, the sessions show interesting things are coming for Windows Phone 7.

The ones highlighted are the more interesting sessions, featuring new elements like IE9, fast task switching, multi-tasking and background agents, new sensor frameworks, improved push notifications and live tiles and improved versions of silverlight.

Maybe that wish list is not so fantastical after all?