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April 14, 2011 at 12:20 PM

MIX11: Photos of devs and apps in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS — Here are some photos from Microsoft MIX. The conference, which started Monday and wraps up Thursday afternoon, brings together developers and designers for the Web and Windows Phone 7.

This is a wall showing all 11,500 apps built for Windows Phone 7. This is the front side of a three-sided box.

Here is a close up of the wall showing the icon for Amazon’s Kindle app.

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This is the Wednesday keynote showing Microsoft corporate vice president Joe Belfiore (right) with Brandon Foy (left), a 24-year-old amateur video producer from Florida Microsoft asked to make a trailer about Windows Phone 7 apps. Microsoft said if they get 200,000 votes on YouTube for his video, the company will run the ad on television. You can check out Foy’s video on YouTube.

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Developers try to win a free laptop by solving a code challenge in the photo below.

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Another poster board from live sketching that unfolded during Tuesday’s keynote speech is below.

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(All photos: Sharon Pian Chan / Seattle Times)

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