Happy Holidays!

This is my last blog post for 2005, as I’m off to visit family in Europe. Of course I’ll have a laptop with me, in fact a Tablet PC, but it will be used for developing (on the plane) and for my daughter to draw me some great pictures. She loves the Artrage application, and…

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Mobile Development: Which version of Visual Studio 2005?

As I’ve been careful to mention on the Windows Mobile Developer Wiki, in order to develop applications for Windows Mobile 5.0-based devices (or more accurately, make use of the new Windows Mobile 5.0 features), you need to buy Visual Studio 2005. The good old eMbedded Visual C++ Toolkit won’t allow you to create managed code,…

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Reminder: Finish your survey to get into the prize draw!

Just a quick blog post to remind you to take five minutes and finish that Windows Mobile developer survey we mentioned a few weeks ago – you’ve got until the end of December to get it done. I know it’s a little long, but once you finish it, you’ll be eligible for entry into the prize draw…

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My New Spot

Don’t worry, I’m not sharing epidermal skin care tips, rather I’m just very pleased with my new watch. I’ve always been a fan of SPOT watches, and use my Fossil watch daily – even though it had taken to resetting itself a lot (a design flaw with the first generation of watches). I was very pleased…

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Windows Mobile Developer Wiki – Latest Updates

Material is still flowing into the Windows Mobile Developer Wiki, and the number of hits is growing week by week. Many thanks to everyone who has taken the time to add or to change content! Here’s a list of some of the new stuff that has appeared over the past month or so: ActiveSync 4.1 Best…

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