Limited Microsoft Mobile and Embedded DevCon Registration Offer!


The Microsoft MEDC team have kindly extended a special offer to blog readers. The first sixty people to sign up for MEDC 2005 using the RSVP Code CAATTAT get an extra 10% off our Super Early Bird price of $795. A total savings of $480!


Register immediately to take advantage of this special offer.


Of course, they insisted we insert some marketing blurb as well!


Join us for Mobile and Embedded DevCon (MEDC 2005) May 9โ€“12, 2005, at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Donโ€™t miss this premiere opportunity to share and learn more about the latest Windows Embedded and Windows Mobile platforms.


Attend MEDC 2005 to:



  • Hear from Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates.

  • Learn to streamline device development with Visual Studio 2005.

  • Hear from the experts on building .NET Compact Framework applications.

  • Learn best practices for debugging every stage of your Windows CE device.

  • See how Microsoft deploys its Corporate Windows Mobile Architecture.

  • Discover how to get ahead faster through Microsoft partner programs.


Comments (4)
  1. Mag Neto says:

    I wonder when Magneto/Windows Mobile 2005 will be announced and released.

    Rumours say the release is near, but since there is absolutely no official information about the new version from Microsoft this can’t be true, can it?

    As a developer I find this strange.

    Visual Studio 2005 is required to develop for the new version but the beta versions still only includes WM2003 SE. I hope VS2005 beta 2 will include Magneto emulator images.

    It’s strange that Microsoft for once is not informing developers about a new OS version that is expected to be released soon.

    Magneto must be the best kept secret of all times at Microsoft… ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Riki says:

    I doubt you’ll find a beta of magneto in any 2005 beta images.

    As for when it’s going to be announced, i can’t say. but there are some interesting sessions at medc:

    Introduction to the New Managed APIs in Windows Mobile

    Introduction to the New Native APIs in Windows Mobile

    Riki

  3. John says:

    It looks like, for the first time, I will be totally unprepared when a new version of the OS is released.

    There is still no official beta for developers (like me) to test.

    ๐Ÿ™

  4. scott says:

    Hey thanks for the heads up! I may be able to afford it after all!

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