Guess what’s new in .NET MF 3.0 and win Jens’ book

Tech-Ed 2008 has been packed this week, and if you’re here in Orlando you know we’re starting to talk about what’s in our next major release of .NET Micro Framework.  The official presentation will be on Friday (with more details posted to the blog shortly after), but we’re posting the feature list here.  It is…

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Get a Sneak Peek at .NET Micro Framework 3.0 at Tech-Ed Developers 2008

We’ll be in Orlando June 2nd to June 6th at Tech-Ed Developers 2008, showing the latest products built on .NET Micro Framework.  Our team will be hosting four technical breakout sessions during the conference, and the first 200 attendees of our .NET Micro Framework sessions will receive a free copy of Jens Kühner’s new book, “Expert .NET Micro…

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.NET Micro Framework at Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley 2008

A few weeks ago the team ventured out to ESC Silicon Valley in San Jose, where we had the opportunity to show off some of our favorite .NET Micro Framework devices and prototypes, and share our new MF video, featuring our fearless leader, Colin Miller. One of the most popular demos was a concept device created…

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IIC China Shenzhen and IIC China Shanghai

“Microsoft® .NET Micro Framework把.NET的可靠性能和卓越效率與Microsoft® Visual Studio的高生產力合而為一,方便用户为規模較小、價格較廉、資源有限的設備來編製程式。”   The .NET Micro Framework team joined the embedded/IC conferences in China for the first time!  We had the pleasure of appearing at the IIC China Shenzhen(Mar3-4) and the IIC China Shanghai( Mar 10-11). Most of the people in the Chinese technical community haven’t heard about us. However, they…

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Using the Dispatcher

  Background The typical Micro Framework Presentation application will have at least two threads.  The first thread, which is explicitly created by the developer, usually handles I/O to one or more hardware peripherals.  The second thread, created and managed implicitly by the CLR, handles all UI operations such as drawing of UI elements such as…

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Embedded World 2008 Part 2

The team is just back from another successful Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany. This is our one-year anniversary from our launch at this conference last year. It was good to go back and think about our progress. When we were there a year ago, there were just a few development platforms and no commercial products…

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Embedded World 2008

The .NET Micro Framework team will return to Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany, Tuesday, February 26 through Thursday, February 28. Visit us in Hall 11.0 at Stand 318. Come check out the latest .NET Micro Framework devices and join Colin Miller as he presents “Connecting Devices with .NET Micro Framework v2.5” in the Microsoft theater…

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Microsoft .NET Micro Framework Newsletter – Vol. 1 No. 2

Reprint of the second .NET Micro Framework newsletter. Subscribe here!   Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile   Volume 1, Number 2December 2007   Native TCP/IP, DPWS coming in v2.5 Updated SDK to be released in early 2008 Microsoft .NET Micro Framework v2.5 is on the way! This release focuses…

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Microsoft .NET Micro Framework Newsletter – Vol. 1 No. 1

Reprint of the first .Net Micro Framework newsletter. Subscribe here!   Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile   Volume 1 Number 1September 2007   Service Pack 1 and Beyond Microsoft® .NET Micro Framework 2.0 Service Pack 1 (SP1) is undergoing final scrutiny right now. If all goes according to plan,…

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You got your Ethernet in my .NET MF! No, you got your .NET MF in my Ethernet!

The .NET MF team has been very busy over the holiday season working on getting beta updates out to our porting partners for our next release.  For those that subscribe to the newsletter, you may have already heard the news that the Micro Framework will have a network stack in the 2.5 release.  For those that haven’t subscribed…

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