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MSDN webcasts related to Windows Mobile platform for May 2004
Posted on 3-May-2004 18:24. | Tags Filed under: News.



Mobile .NET: Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond - Architecting Mobile .NET Solutions - Level 300
07 May 2004
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Derek Ferguson, Chief Technology Evangelist, Expand Beyond Corp.
Mobility presents every organization with the opportunity to dramatically increase it's productivity at minimal cost. Solutions developed on the Microsoft .NET platform deliver on this promise by enabling information workers to be productive anywhere, at any time, on any device. But how can such solutions be architected to adequately address such concerns as security, performance, and reliability? In this first webcast of the 6 part series, Derek Ferguson, Chief Technologist for Expand Beyond Corp. and Editor-in-Chief of the .NET Developer's Journal, will present several patterns and best practices for architecting best-of-breed mobile solutions using .NET, complete with demonstrations of several real-world mobile solutions currently in production around the world.

Utilizing Advanced Debugging Techniques for Windows Mobile Devices - Level 400
10 May 2004
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time
Doug Boling, President, Boling Consulting
The suite of tools provided by Microsoft provide a powerful base for debugging Pocket PC and Smartphone systems.This webcast teaches you how to use these tools to their maximum potential. Learn other debugging techniques as well as how to write your own debugging tools in this example filled presentation.

Advanced Memory, Power, and Performance Management for Mobile Applications - Level 400
10 May 2004
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Pacific Time
Diane Curtis, Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation
This webcast will cover special considerations related to performance and power when building mobile applications for both the Pocket PC and Smartphone. Specific power and performance scenarios will be covered along with an in-depth look at the tools and technologies that will allow you to measure performance and power characteristics. Best practices for both native and managed code development will also be demonstrated.

Windows Mobile Development Tips and Tricks - Level 400
11 May 2004
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Randy Ramig, Software Development Engineer, Microsoft Corporation
Come and find out all of the inside information on the utilities, tips and tricks that can really speed up your development for Pocket PC and Smartphone. In this webcast's demos, find out about Windows Mobile developer power toys and other tools.

Developing Screen Orientation-Aware Applications for Windows Mobile Pocket PCs - Level 300
12 May 2004
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time
Greg Keyser, Development Manager, Microsoft Corporation
This webcast will give you some prescriptive guidance on how to take your existing application and prepare it to be orientation aware for portrait, landscape and square devices. If you're writing a new application we'll demonstrate how to lay out your user interface with orientation awareness in mind. Additionally, well talk about what the Pocket PC Shell and OS do to support orientation changes and backward compatibility for existing applications.

Writing Secure Mobile Applications for Windows Mobile Pocket PCs and Smartphones - Level 300
13 May 2004
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Marcus Perryman, Principal Consultant, Microsoft Corporation
This webcast will be a high-level look at the security considerations required for building software solutions and the tools, technologies and strategies available to the mobile developer. How does Trustworthy Computing apply to the mobile device space? Explore how to create the most secure device: custom Power on Password, encrypt the file system with a filter, locking down access to IRDA; Bluetooth and expansion cards, key sharing issues, communication security. Using two real world examples: UK Police force solution; Vodafone secure media solution.

Web Development Using Pocket Internet Explorer - Level 300
14 May 2004
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Randy Ramig, Software Development Engineer, Microsoft Corporation
This webcast will explain how to take full advantage of the extensive features of Pocket Internet Explorer; touching on the similarities and differences between desktop Internet Explorer and Pocket Internet Explorer; and how you can leverage Pocket Internet Explorer features through programmability and extensibility. Additionally, a portion of this presentation will focus on authoring content to support devices with different DPI depths.

Developing Resolution-Aware Applications for Windows Mobile Pocket PCs - Level 300
14 May 2004
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time
James Pratt, Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation
This webcast will give you some prescriptive guidance on how to take your existing application and prepare it to be resolution aware. If you're writing a new application we'll demonstrate how to code your application with resolution awareness in mind, so that it will work both on current devices and on the next generation of high-DPI devices.

Mobile .NET: Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond - Building Mobile Solutions with the .NET Compact Framework - Level 200
17 May 2004
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time
Derek Ferguson, Chief Technology Evangelist, Expand Beyond Corp.
The .NET Compact Framework empowers developers already familiar with .NET on the desktop to leverage their existing skillsets to immediately begin creating device-based applications. In this second webcast of the 6 part series, Derek Ferguson, Chief Technologist for Expand Beyond Corp. and Editor-in-Chief of the .NET Developer's Journal, will provide an "Experienced .NET Coder's" introduction to the Compact Framework, stressing similarities and differences with the Framework as it runs on the desktop. Complete coding demonstrations will be presented, to allow you to get up-and-running fast on this exciting technology.

How to Create Useful Applications for the Pocket PC - Level 200
20 May 2004
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Pacific Time
Russ Nemhauser, Senior Consultant, Nemhauser Media, Inc.
When Microsoft released the Compact Framework 1.0 virtually every .NET developer could instantly write applications for mobile devices like the Pocket PC. This webcast will explore just how easy it is to apply the knowledge you already have to the mobile platform and create useful applications using the Compact Framework. Developers will walk you through the creation of an automobile lease calculator for the Pocket PC 2002 as a sample application that will be developed and debugged with the help of the Pocket PC Emulator. Be on hand to learn how to tweak the mobile device settings in Visual Studio .NET to get the best use out of the emulated devices.

Mobile .NET: Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond - Building Mobile Solutions with ASP.NET 2.0 - Level 300
26 May 2004
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Derek Ferguson, Chief Technology Evangelist, Expand Beyond Corp.
With the release of Whidbey--the codename for the next generation of the Microsoft .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET IDE--the ability to create ASP.NET applications targetting mobile devices will receive a major overhaul. Specifically, the platform's adaptive user interface capabilities, once separately implemented for desktop browsers by "standard" ASP.NET and for mobile devices by the ASP.NET Mobile Controls will be consolidated into the base functionality provided by the ASP.NET platform. In this Third webcast of the 6 part series, Derek Ferguson, Chief Technologist for Expand Beyond Corp. and Editor-in-Chief of the .NET Developer's Journal, will provide an "Experienced ASP.NET Coder's" introduction to the new mobility functionality in ASP.NET 2.0, including code-level demonstrations of single ASP.NET 2.0 applications that target everything from high-end desktop browsers to the most restricted of mobile web-enabled devices.

Mobile .NET: Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond - What's New in the Compact Framework for Whidbey - Level 300
27 May 2004
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Derek Ferguson, Chief Technology Evangelist, Expand Beyond Corp.
The upcoming Whidbey release of .NET will bring with it many new features and enhancements for the .NET Compact Framework, in addition to the standard .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET IDE. In this fourth webcast of the 6 part series, Derek Ferguson, Chief Technologist for Expand Beyond and Editor-in-Chief of the .NET Developer's Journal, will provide an "Experienced Compact Framework Coder's" overview of new Whidbey-era functionality. Complete coding demonstrations will be presented, to allow you to get you ready to catch the next wave in Compact Framework technology!


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