MEDC Berlin – Micro Framework Session Demo

Those of you at my MEDC session in Berlin would have seen me build a Micro Framework application, from scratch, that allowed you to visually set a desired temperature and then communicate this across an RS232 interface. For the demo I used the Freescale Emulator and i.MXS board.  However it is possible to recreate the…


MEDC Berlin – Micro Framework Emulators

I had a couple of conversations MEDC last week regarding the creation and extention of Micro Framework emulators.  The attached document is from an Instructor Led Lab that was run at MEDC Vegas, it gives a great overview of the Micro Framework emulator and how it can be easily extended.  Please let me know if…


MEDC Berlin – Micro Framework Session Slide Deck

Thankyou to all of you who attended my Micro Framework session at MEDC Berlin earlier this week.  I hope you found it useful and informative…  You can find the slide deck I referenced attached.  Let me know if you have any questions. -Dave MEDC OTT201.pdf


One Week to MEDC Europe

There’s only one week to go until the Mobile and Embedded Developer Conference in Europe.  If you’re still thinking about attending now’s the time to register for the conference which takes place in Berlin on 25th/26th June. I’m delivering a session on the .NET Micro Framework at the conference (OTT201) where I will discuss the principles for…

Podcasts of MEDC Events

If like me you didn’t make it out to Vegas for MEDC this year you can still catch a glimpse of the action through the podcasts posted on WindowsForDevices.

MEDC Europe – EMB320 Windows Embedded for Point of Service (WEPOS). Slides and Materials

For those of you who attended my WEPOS session in Nice I hope you found it useful.  For those of you who weren’t, where were you? The session presentation and Visual Studio demo project areat tached along with my demo notes and the XML File for the Symbol scanner I used (Not 1.6MB, most of which is…

MEDC Lab Materials – ILL208 – Getting Started Building Windows XP Embedded (XPe) Operating System Images and ILL403 – Locking Down XPe

For those of you attended the European MEDC in Nice, you may have caught a number of my sessions on XP Embedded and WEPOS.  I’m please to say that the two Instructor Led labs are now available on my colleague Sean Liming’s Embedded Web Site.  Jump on over to and you can download the documentation…