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Welcome to the Nokia Developer Wiki, home to 9071 community created articles, code examples, and other resources for developing on Nokia's Windows Phone (Lumia), Nokia Asha and HERE Location platforms (and all our other service and legacy platforms too).

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COM winner for August: Paulo Morgado

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Paulo Morgado (paulo.morgado ) has been selected as COM winner for the month of August.

Over the last few months he has written a number of really interesting and useful wiki articles about asynchronous programming on Windows Phone (Bringing async/await to the Contacts service, How to (not) deadlock your UI using async-await) and Reactive Services (Implementing GeoCordinateWatcher as a Reactive Service, Observable vs. Task). He also translated these to his native Portuguese: Trazendo async/await ao serviço de contactos, Como (não) paralisar a UI usando async-await, Observável vs. Tarefa. Finally, we were also pleased to see Paulo offering advice against related articles on asynchronous programming, helping to improve those articles too.

We'll be sending Paulo a Nokia Lumia 720 and a Monster Headset. Please join me in congratulating him on the discussion boards.

Next month we've got another great Lumia device for our Wiki Contributor of the Month. That could be one of our great contributors from last month or it could be you: all you need to do is contribute useful articles, example codes, tutorials, or significantly shape up the existing ones!

Nokia Imaging Wiki Competition 2013Q3

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Competition complete
We've selected our winners for both the articles and feedback competitions.

The overall quality was really high - so in addition to our excellent winning articles, also see the other great competition entries.

Thanks to everyone who competed!

Contributors of the Week

Thank you to the community members who contributed last week (image courtesy of Wordle). Great to see a few articles and improvements in addition to all the last minute updates and new articles in the Nokia Imaging Wiki Competition.


For more detail see Wiki contributor of the week#02 September 2013

Want an Asha 501?

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If your Nokia Asha article is "Featured" for the coming weeks you get an Asha 501 - see the blog for more information!

More Announcements...

Featured Article of the Week (Windows Phone)

Memory-efficient Navigation in Very High Resolution Images on Windows Phone by yan_

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This article delivers a re-usable UI control which enables memory-efficient zoom, pan and rotate inside very high resolution (or gigapixel) images.

See Featured Articles for other great articles from the community.

Featured Article of the Week (Nokia Asha)

Using the proximity sensor in Java ME by jappit

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This article explains how to get access and retrieve the state of the device proximity sensor in Java ME.

See Featured Articles for other great articles from the community.

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