Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 19th Jun 2011 18:26 UTC
Windows Way back in old and boring January of this year, Microsoft announced they would be working together with the Windows Phone 7 homebrew community, with the goal of creating a stable, supported way for homebrew developers and people interested in homebrew applications to enable side-loading on their WP7 devices. Well, they took their sweet time, but the ChevronWP7 team (Rafael Rivera, Chris Walsh, and Long Zheng) and Microsoft have just announced the results.
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RE[4]: Hmmm...
by thegman on Mon 20th Jun 2011 08:16 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Hmmm..."
thegman
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2007-01-30

Apple ad-hoc distribution only allows up to 100 users, so it's good for closed-beta tests, or maybe an app only used by staff of a small company. But it's not useful for anyone wanting their app to be used by more than 100 people.

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