Since my blog is mainly about Silverlight, WPF and Windows Phone 7, I decided that I’d make a recap of today’s MIX 11 Event for those of you who missed it. I only included things that I thought were big enough to mention to not waste any time. Of course, you can check out the keynote yourself by visiting the MIX Site. MIX11 Day 2 – Windows Phone 7 – “Mango” update coming shortly. Microsoft showed a fan-made video that if enough people like it Microsoft will make it a Television commercial. They are going to support 16 more languages (Including Asian) They are increasing it to more countries that you can submit apps to from 30 to 38. They are increasing from 16 to 35 countries that will have access to the Marketplace. Jump List support for people that have a lot of applications. Hit T for Twitter, etc. Search Button to type your application you wish to search for. (Includes link to Search Marketplace) You can shows apps by Top Downloads. Podcasts coming to marketplace, but only in USA Mango has IE9 baked into it. Markup gets handled the same as the desktop browser and phone browser. HTML5 audio plays in the background. Landscape Mode works properly on the Mango Update. Skype on Windows Phone 7 this fall. Motion Sensor makes it easier for developers to write sensor based applications on Windows Phone. Spotify is going to be on the Windows Phone 7. Angry birds, comes out on May 25 for Windows Phone users. Live Agents, Background Notifications and Multiple Tiles w/ deep linking are coming with Mango. The WP7 developer tools - mango- should be available next month. Additional Tools option in the Mango Update to simulate an Accelerator. This will include the ability to perform a Shake Guesture. You can even emulate your location now with the new tools. Profiler added to Mango tools for Windows Phone. It gives you a report that will allow you to see what is going on with your application. You can even profile XAML storyboards! Performance improvements on mango: smooth scroll and input, image decoding, garbage collection and memory no code changes. 1500 new APIs in Mango & full SQLCE. WP7 sockets demo was showed using IRC. Mango allows app’s to directly control & stream content from the camera. With Mango, you can now build applications that compose UI with both SL and XNA enabling much richer experiences. Official announcement from the Windows Phone Team of new features for Windows Phone 7 Mango.