EmbeddedFusion releases SP1 Firmware and SDK for the .Net Micro Framework

The folks over at EmbeddedFusion just released their SP1 Firmware and an updated SDK for the Tahoe Dev board and the Meridian SOC.  This looks like a really cool release for them.  Not only are they now supporting flash management, but they also have a slew of new managed libraries such as PWM, Binary Reader/Writer,…

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TechEd Europe trip report

Colin Miller recently spent some time in Europe at TechEd and filed this report: Good morning from the last day at TechEd in Europe! I brought my camera to document the trip but, as you will see, I only remembered to take one picture. It was that hectic. The trip started with the first porting…

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Building a Thermostat with the Microsoft .NET Micro Framework

Tony Pitman from Shatalmic is posting today as a guest contributor.  He used the Emulator Temperature sample as a base to write this hardware guide for attaching a SPI temperature sensor to either a iMXS or a Tahoe dev board.   Building a Thermostat with the Microsoft .NET Micro FrameworkBy Tony Pitman Introduction During the…

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Meet the .Net Micro Framework team

Michaeline Stiles, our Marketing Manager and promoter of this blog pointed out that we had no team photo posted.  So after our team meeting today we gathered against the back wall and took a team picture.  For some reason Michaeline was absent, but we will make sure to include her next time! Back row standing…

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New Sample Code posted

Our engineers have been busy coding in the backrooms to make more sample code available for you.  You can now find an updated Presentation Sample as well as a new Temperature Sample.   Here are the descriptions and links to each sample – New Presentation Sample Code http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=7C9ED6D8-C9DB-44C7-A3CE-4A30FF48B960&displaylang=en The New Presentation sample is an enhanced version…

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.NET Micro Framework moves to Asia

Between our launch in February and now, the .NET Micro Framework team has focused primarily on North America and Europe.  This was largely because, as a small team, that was all we could handle well.  We have been working with some companies in Taiwan, Korea, and Japan but there were just a few.  In Sept…

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Swim Training with the .Net Micro Framework

In the September Micro Framework newsletter there was a link to a technical article written by MVP Raffaele Rialdi.  The article describes how he used the .Net Micro Framework to develop a swim training application on his Freescale i.MXS board.  The article includes implementing timers for a stopwatch, button handling for user input, transferring data…

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The .Net Micro Framework team blog is now open for business!

Welcome to the .NET Micro Framework team blog, where we’ll be posting about our experiences, ideas, and activities. Our intent is to provide the latest information about the .NET Micro Framework, to get your unfiltered feedback, to support the development of the community, and to just plain have fun. We spend most of our time…

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