MARK Your Calendars: Part 12 of 24 Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development Webcast Series is coming up on December 10

After a short break, we’re back with our 24-hours of Windows Mobile Application Development Webcast series. Please join tomorrow, Wednesday December 10, 2008 at 10 AM PST for part 12 of our Webcast series. The topic of tomorrow’s webcast will be Asynchronous Programming Techniques with the .NET Compact Framework. During tomorrow’s Webcast, MVP Maarten Struys…

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Thirsty Developer Podcast on Windows Mobile Application Development is available for Download!

Last month at the Professional Developers Conference (PDC) in Los Angeles, Dave Bost and Larry Clarkin recorded a podcast with MVPs Maarten Struys and Peter Nowak, and myself. During the podcast we discussed various aspects of Windows Mobile Application Development including Silverlight for Windows Mobile and also Windows Live Mesh for Mobile. To listen to…

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Code for TechEd EMEA 2008 Session – MBL 305: Creating Location Aware Applications has been posted on Code Gallery

I hope some of you had the chance to attend our talk: “Creating Location Aware Applications” at TechEd EMEA last week and enjoyed our demo of Virtual Earth running on a Windows Mobile Device. We have now posted the code for this session on Code Gallery, so you can create your own location-aware application that…

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Part 10 of Windows Mobile Application Development Series is coming up on November 19: Windows Networking

Please join us for part 10 of our 24-part Webcast series on Windows Mobile Application Development. This week, Andy Wigley, co-author of the Windows Mobile Development Handbook, will talk about networking. In this webcast, you learn how to create a network connection in code and how to discover if you have network connectivity. We look…

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TechEd EMEA for Developers is coming up next week – visit our Windows Mobile Talks!

PDC is barely over, and we already have TechED EMEA for Developer coming up next week, so some of us are heading over to Barcelona this weekend. Maarten Struys and I will be giving the following sessions. Please make sure to visit us. Here are the details about our sessions: MBL305 Creating Location Aware Applications…

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS: MSDN Webcast: Unit Testing for Devices coming up on November 5, 2008

Please join us tomorrow, November 5, 2008 at 10 AM PDT for part 9 of our 24-part webcast series on Windows Mobile Application Development. At tomorrow’s webcast, Maarten Struys, my colleague Joshua Partlow, and I will be talking about Unit Testing for Windows Mobile Devices. With Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, unit testing is now available…

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Windows Mobile Developer Center on MSDN has a new Look and Feel

Just in time for PDC we have made some changes to the Windows Mobile Developer Center on MSDN. We have arranged our content around the different steps that make up Windows Mobile Application Development and have selected a range of content from different media. Here’s what it looks like: We have also created a new…

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On-demand version of "Device Emulator" Webcast is now available for download!

As some of you have remarked, the audio for the on-demand version of Part 2 of our ’24-hours of Windows Mobile Application Development Series” on the Device Emulator did not work. That’s why Maarten Struys and I went ahead and rerecorded the webcast. You can now download the on-demand version from: http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/detail/webcastdetails.aspx?seriesid=86&webcastid=5055. Thanks for your…

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS: MSDN Webcast on .NET Compact Framework 3.5 PowerToys is coming up on October 22, 2008 at 10 AM PST!

Time is moving ahead fast! We are almost a third of the way through our “24 Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development” webcast series. Please join us tomorrow, October 22nd, 2008 at 10 AM PST for part 8 of our 24-hours of Windows Mobile Application Development webcast series. This week, MVP Maarten Struys, Joshua Partlow,…

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Microsoft Windows Mobile Developer Contest is happening right now on Code Project!

The Code Project is hosting a Developer contest for Windows Mobile development. Code Project is looking for the best overall article about Microsoft Windows Mobile development. Entries will be largely judged by you, the mobile developer community, via The Code Project’s article voting mechanism and discussion boards. In order to qualify, articles must be submitted to…

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