QA Has Signed Off on .NET Compact Framework V2

The .NET Compact Framework Quality Assurance Team signed off on V2 yesterday. We’ve been working on this for a long time and I’m excited to get this thing shipped. Soon. I’d like to share some insight into what we’ve been doing for the last 3 years, and why. The first half of the project cycle…

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WPF/e and the .NET Compact Framework

I’d like to share some thoughts on integrating WPF/e, announced at the PDC, and the .NET Compact Framework. WPF/e is a C++, cross platform implementation of a subset of WPF (Avalon). It will be able to execute XAML, in addition to exposing dual mode COM interfaces that make it programmable from COM and script languages….

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Ignition System Envy

I’m pretty excited to try out my new toy, the Zintel-O-Tron 6 Channel Combination Model Rocket and Fireworks Ignition System. I built this thing on the weekend from parts I bought at the local Radio Shack. At least I was excited, until Mark Prentice, who works with me on the .NET Compact Framework, basically told…

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