(Okay, Greg. Don’t make an “Over 9000!?” reference. Come on; you can do this.)
Microsoft might have made some silly choices with regards to getting people to develop for Windows Phone 7 early on, but it doesn’t look like they’re having too much trouble on that front.
Early this morning, the WP7 Marketplace surpassed 9,000 applications — which, as MobileBurn points out, is more than HP/Palm’s webOS (which got a much earlier start) offers up, and quickly approaching the 15,000 mark that RIM announced a few months back.
WHAT?! OVER 9000?! THAT’S IMPOSSIB — Crap.