Windows Mobile 6 content is now available in Machine Translated Portuguese on MSDN!

The Windows Mobile Content, Community, and Engagement Team has partnered with Microsoft Research (MSR), International Project Engineering (IPE), MSDN & TechNet Publishing System (MTPS) and Microsoft subsidiaries in Latin America to make Windows Mobile 6 Developer content available in Machine Translated Brazilian Portuguese on MSDN. This represents a significant step forward in our ongoing efforts…


New Channel 9 Video Available on Changes to MSDN/TechNet

As most of you have noticed by now, the look and feel of MSDN and TechNet has changed. Now a new Channel 9 video has been posted in which Dan Ledrick, Senior Lead PM, and Al Valvano, Group Manager, talk about these changes. Click here to watch the video: MSDN/TechNet Site Redesign: More Useful, Better…


MSDN: New Documentation update has been released for Windows Mobile and Windows Embedded CE

Good News, the Windows Mobile Content Publishing team has just released a content refresh on MSDN for Windows Embedded CE and Windows Mobile. Here’s a summary of the Highlights:   Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R2 The April Quarterly Update for CE 6.0 R2 assists customers in implementing new features and using development tools for Windows Embedded CE. …


Updated version of Windows Mobile Developer Center has gone live today!!!

The Windows Mobile Developer Center on MSDN just got a new look and feel. The completely redesigned Windows Mobile Developer Center home page now features targeted content in the following areas: Applications for Smart Devices Mobile Web Development Games A fourth section featuring “Rich Internet Applications” will be coming soon. In addition to targeted content,…


Share your code project on Code Gallery

This week, MSDN has launched the Code Gallery. Code Gallery functions as a portal that lets you share your applications, code snippets, and any other resources with other developers. For example, there is a Remote Tool for Smart Devices that lets you control the processes that are running on your device and other device-related information…


Check out the new "How do I?" Videos for Devices on MSDN

If you are a .NET Compact Framework developer and haven’t been to the Windows Mobile Developer Center on MSDN for a while, you should go and check out the new “How do I?” Videos for Devices page on MSDN. Choose from a list of How to videos on how to create appliations for Windows Mobile devices…