MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Part 2 of the Gesture API MSDN Webcast is coming up on 9/2/2009

Please mark your calendars for part 2 of our mini-webcast series on the Gesture API. On Wednesday, September 2, 2009, at 10 AM, Alex Yakhnin and Ron Buckton will dive further into the Gesture APIs that are available on the Windows Mobile 6.5 platform. During this webcast, Alex and Ron will show you how you…

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS: September WE-DIG meeting is coming up on 9/2/2009

Please mark your calendars for the September meeting of the Windows Embedded Developer Interest Group (WE-DIG). On September 2, 2009, at 6:30, Paul Yao, Embedded MVP, and author of numerous programming books, will be giving a talk on “Energy Efficiency for Server, Client, and Embedded Systems.” In his talk, Paul will show how software developers…

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Ready to Port your iPhone App to Windows Mobile?

If you’ve been curious about porting an iPhone app to the Windows Mobile platform, then I have exciting news for you! We have just published a new technical article on MSDN titled Porting the Amplitude Application from the iPhone to a Windows Mobile Device – a Case Study which outlines the real-world experiences of a…

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Windows Mobile 6.5 Dev Camp is Coming to Seattle on 8/19

Are you ready to learn about how to develop for Windows Mobile 6.5? We have good news. On August 19, 2009, the first in a series of barcamp-style events for the is coming to Seattle. WinMoDevCamp is a series of upcoming not-for-profit gatherings to develop applications for the Windows Mobile 6.5 OS. The event is…

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New Marketplace Video by Todd Brix now available on the Windows Mobile Team Blog

In less than 2 weeks, Windows Marketplace will open for submissions. Just in time for the opening of Marketplace on July 27th, Todd Brix, Senior Director for Mobile Platform Services Product Management at Microsoft, has published a blog post on the Windows Mobile Team blog that provides details about Marketplace, including a Channel 9 video….

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Gesture API Documentation for Windows Mobile 6.5 is now available on MSDN

Are you ready to start using the Gesture API for Windows Mobile 6.5? We have good news for you. We have just released a documentation set on how to use the Gesture API on Windows Mobile 5.4 on MSDN. This documentation set provides an overview on Touch Gestures, the Gesture API, an overview of the…

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Join us for the July WE-DIG meeting and a cool talk on Robotics

It’s time again for our monthly Windows Embedded Developer Interest Group (WE-DIG) meeting. On Wednesday, July 1st, at 6:30 PM, John DeCuir from Microsoft will be giving a cool talk on Robotics. John used to work on Sony’s Aibo Robot Dog and he will be sharing his lessons from working on this project with us….

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New UI Controls are available through Bee Mobile

I just found out about some really cool UI controls for Windows Mobile devices that are available through a company called Bee Mobile, so I thought I’d share them with you. This first control I’d like to share is a control with touch scrolling support, called iWheel. This control is similar to the wheel control…

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Learn about Windows Mobile 6.5 Application Development at Mobile Developer Day

My friend and Microsoft MVP Michele Locuratolo passed this info on to me, so I thought I would share it with the Windows Mobile Developer Community. Do you speak Italian and want to learn about Windows Mobile 6.5 Development? On July 7, 2009, Microsoft is hosting a one-day event in Milan, Italy that teaches you…

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The Windows Mobile 6.5 Developer Toolkit is available for Download

A lot of you guys have heard about the new features that will be available through Windows Mobile 6.5. Now you can start developing and testing for this version with the new Windows Mobile 6.5 Developer Toolkit, which is available for download now: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=20686a1d-97a8-4f80-bc6a-ae010e085a6e. The Windows Mobile 6.5 Developer Toolkit includes the following: Emulator images…

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