Happy Holidays!

I just wanted to get one more post in before I took some serious time off. This calendar year has been crazy…really crazy.  Like, I feel like one of Santa’s helpers busy crazy.  But, it was all worth it 🙂 In this last year, we’ve launched another major mobile OS, driven new growth and revenue into…

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Adapt your App with a little Powershell and CoreCon

For any of you who attended the Windows Mobile Partner Summit and wanted to get a copy of the cool demo Mike did…here you go!  This uses the new VS2008 CoreCon APIs to the automate the emulators using Powershell and then pushes out a little test app (insert your own) to see how it looks.  It’s…

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TechNet Radio

Every once in awhile, I see some gems over at this site.  This one is probably sure to get a few folks interested 🙂 Unified Communications and Windows Mobile Michael Murphy and Chip Vollers discuss the benefits of Unified Communications and Windows Mobile. Communications today are increasingly complex, with a vast array of ways to…

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

Yes, this is the time of the year that I LOVE most…the beginning of the Holiday season.  That means eating a ton of great food, gaining about 5 pounds, putting up lights, the tree, and all that jazz, watching every known Christmas cartoon known to man, hanging out with my family and friends, drinking a…

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Fun and Games

Okay, so no games really.  Reed and I are still trying to figure out how we’ll do THAT one 🙂 But I DO have something that’s pretty darn funny. I received this in email the other day…I watched it once, laughed myself silly, and then watched it again.  Some of you may have seen this,…

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IE Mobile Updates for Developers

I have touched on this topic in the past, but it seem to be generating quite a few questions on the “make it work” radar, so I thought I would make a quick post.  If you have Windows Mobile users who access information through a web site regularly, you may have noticed some things have…

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Expanding the Reach – Going Consumer

Okay, this has always been something of a pet project for me, if you will.  Sure, I work in MCB and focus on the business side of the house, but it’s really the consumers that move the majority of devices (and then force IT to support them). So, what I’m looking for now are experiences: …

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SAP and Windows Mobile – what’s your story?

I work with different partners everyday, and I also work with enterprises and business everyday as well.  In enterprises, I often get asked the question: ‘What partners do you have that do X?’ Well, right now I am looking for something specific.  How many of you guys have a solution for Windows Mobile that interfaces…

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Slaying the Virtual Memory Monster – Part II

Someday I’ll learn to write a simple blog post—a couple of paragraphs about something cool and edgy.  Not today.  There is no way to cover Virtual Memory in brevity and still get anything out of it so… we’re going to trudge through this.  In my last post, we covered some important VM fundamentals.  In this…

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Mobile Connections and an Announcement

First off, I wanted to put in a small plug for the Mobile Connections event coming up. Mobile Connections is a great opportunity for developers and IT Professionals to connect with Microsoft and experts in the Mobile industry. Attendees can expect to learn about the tools and techniques to building rich and effective applications on…

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