MSDN Channel 9 – Windows Embedded: Past, Present, and Future..

MSDN Channel 9 recently spent some time with the Windows Embedded team (the desktop/embedded team) discussing Windows Embedded past, present and future. The Windows Embedded Standard product is a componentized version of the desktop operating system – in this video we meet some of the development team for Windows Embedded Standard, get some background on Windows…

At TechEd 2009 this week.

I’m going to be at TechEd 2009 for a couple of days this week, I fly down on Tuesday evening, have a session on Wednesday in the TLC area called “The Future of Embedded Devices”, and a session on Thursday called “Windows Embedded: From sensors to servers”. I will be on the Windows Embedded booth…


TechEd USA – Embedded Pre-Conference Tutorials.

Olivier Bloch has just posted information about this years TechEd USA Embedded Pre-Conference Tutorials. Here’s the list of Windows CE Pre-Con sessions being delivered: Sneak peek into what’s new for the next release of Windows CE (Codename “Chelan”) Taking your Windows Embedded CE O/S design from reference design to production From the Ground Up: BSP…


Video: Windows Embedded Standard 2009 – Top Tips

Using Windows Embedded Standard 2009? (XP Embedded) then here’s some “top tips” to make your life easier (11:53), presented by Lynda Allen. Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Top Tips – Mike


Quick question… Managed or Native?

It’s been interesting to see the adoption of managed code for Windows Mobile devices, the majority of Windows Mobile developers today are using Managed code (C#/VB), I think this totally makes sense. But what about the embedded developer? I’m curious to find out whether you are a managed or native developer, and why you chose…


News from Embedded Systems West keynote.

There were a number of interesting announcements made at the ESC West keynote yesterday – Kevin Dallas, general manager of the Windows Embedded Business presented the general session. Here’s a list of the announcements. MSDN Embedded Subscription Windows Embedded joins the list of existing MSDN Subscriptions – the MSDN Embedded Subscription gives you access to…

Windows Embedded Cookbook… learn to code and cook at the same time!

Here’s a link to another cool blog, similar in some ways to Abhinaba’s blog in that there are some cool photo’s with each post. Valter Minute is an embedded developer living in Italy who works on Windows Embedded projects, teaches at embedded seminars, and apparently loves good food! Valter’s blog contains interesting/useful information about building…


Understanding KITL

Kurt Kennett, a developer in the Windows Embedded group has recorded a video that explains KITL (Kernel Independent Transport Layer). Here’s the video! Windows Embedded CE: understanding KITL Let me know if you would like to see more videos like this (or if you would prefer that Kurt doesn’t record any more of these!) </grin>…


Getting started with Windows Embedded Standard (XP Embedded)

The Windows Embedded Standard team have updated their “Getting Started” page – the new page layout makes it super easy to find the content you need to be productive with the Windows Embedded Standard (XP Embedded) product. – Mike


Windows Embedded Standard Certification (MCP) now available!

Windows Embedded Standard (XP Embedded) MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional) certification is now available (CE 6.0 certification is already available) – more information available on Olivier Bloch’s Blog. – Mike