MARK YOUR CALENDARS: MSDN Webcast on mfLY! for Visual Studio 2008 is coming up on 5/13

It’s time for another MSDN Webcast. On Wednesday, May 2009, at 10 AM PST, Randy Starr, VP of Technology at BlueDot Solutions will talk about mfLY!® for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. mFly® provides a model/view/controller Framework add-on to Visual Studio 2008 that significantly enhances the development experience, quality, and re-usability of managed Windows Mobile (and…

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Thanks everybody for attending today’s Webcast on WCF and Windows Mobile Devices

I wanted to thank everybody for attending Nick Landry’s Webcast today on WCF Development and Windows Mobile Devices. Because we experienced some technical difficulties, we will have to rerecord the Webcast. The on-demand version will be posted as soon as the rerecording has been done. We will keep you guys posted. Meanwhile, Nick has added…

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS: 24 Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development: WCF Development and Mobile Devices Webcast is Coming Up

After a quick break it’s time for us to move right ahead with our 24-Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development Webcast series. On Wednesday, April 22nd, at 10 AM, PST, MVP and Mobility Architect Nickolas Landry will present a Webcast on Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Development and Mobile Devices. Nick’s Webcast session will explore the…

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Part 20 of 24-Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development Webcast Series is Coming up: Creating Compelling and Attractive UIs for Windows Mobile Applications

Are you interested in learning how to make the user interface of your Windows Mobile application more interesting and compelling? If your answer is yes, please join us for part 20 or our 24-Hour webcast series on Windows Mobile Application Development. This week, Senior Mobility Consultant Alex Yakhnin will explain how to utilize the Alpha…

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Part 19 of 24-Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development Webcast is Coming Up: Creating Custom .NET CF UI Controls

We are moving right along with our 24-Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development Webcast Series. For part 19 of the series, MVP Maarten Struys and my colleague Joshua Partlow will show you how to create your own customized Windows Mobile user interface controls using the .NET Compact Framework. The Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 3.5 ships…

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Part 18 of 24-Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development Webcast Series is Coming up: LINQ

Please join us for part 18 of our 24-Hour Webcast series on Windows Mobile Application Development. On Wednesday, February 11, at 10 AM PST, Mobility Architect Reed Robison will talk about how to use Language Integrated Query (LINQ) on Windows Mobile Devices. Come find out what Language Integrated Query (LINQ) brings to the Windows Mobile…

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Some updates about our 24-Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development Series

I wanted to thank everybody who attended Mike Francis’ Webcast on Top Developer Tips for Windows Mobile. For the ones who couldn’t watch the live webcast, make sure to view the on-demand version, which is available at: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID=1032400472&CountryCode=US. Also, make sure to visit Mike’s blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/mikefrancis. I also have some updates for last week’s…

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Part 15 of our 24-Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development series is coming up: Top Tips for Windows Mobile Application Development

We’re moving right along with our “24 Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development Webcast series.” Tomorrow, January 14, at 10 AM PST, Mobility Development Consultant Mike Francis will share his top Windows Mobile Development tips with you guys. Mike will discuss common obstacles for common architectures, and will provide tips to avoid these obstacles and…

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS: MSDN Webcast on Windows Mobile Device Security coming up on Wednesday, January 7, 2009

I hope everybody had a nice holiday season. Now January is here and we’re moving right ahead with our Webcast series on 24 Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development. This week, Maarten Struys and I will discuss Device Security for Windows Mobile Devices. The Windows Mobile Security model is very flexible. Using different security policies,…

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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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