MSDN Webcast: Secure Mobile Data Using the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework and SQL CE 2.0 - Level 300
Wednesday, 01 September 2004 - 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Pacific Time
Rob Tiffany, President, Hood Canal Mobility
Would you like to be certain that data on a mobile device is secure? Without needing any knowledge of cryptography, you can build an application that lets users check-in and check-out their sensitive files. This webcast focuses on building an encrypted, password-protected storage vault for files residing on Pocket PCs.
MSDN Webcast: Tips, Tricks, Tools and Best Practices for the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework Developer - Level 200
Wednesday, 08 September 2004 - 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Pacific Time
Thomas Krueger, Product Manager, Microsoft Corp.
If you have been using the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework along with Microsoft Visual Studio 2003 you have an idea of how simple it is to build mobile device applications. Although these tools are providing significant increases in your development productivity, you still want more. This webcast will demonstrate tips, tricks, tools, and best practices that help you develop killer apps in a shorter time.
MSDN Webcast: Developing Managed Applications for Mobile and Embedded Devices - Level 300
Wednesday, 22 September 2004 - 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Pacific Time
Maarten Struys, Michel Verhagen, Product Manager Windows Embedded; Windows CE Consultan, PTS Software
Faced with the challenge of providing application access to mobile users? Using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 in combination with the Microsoft.NET Compact Framework it is possible to develop managed, full scale, multi-threaded applications for mobile and embedded devices running the Windows CE operating system. Develop using either language, Microsoft Visual Basic or Visual C# .NET. This webcast begins with a look at multi-threaded applications with Visual Studio.NET 2003, the .NET Compact Framework version 1.0 and OpenNETCF.orgís Smart Device Framework. After getting the fundamentals, we will then look at development using Visual Studio 2005 and the .NET Compact Framework version 2.0.
MSDN Webcast: Add Speech Capability to Your Applications and Games for Mobile Devices! - Level 200
Wednesday, 29 September 2004 - 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Pacific Time
Lori Pape, PS Technology Corporation, PS Technology Corporation
Mobile users canít always get the information they need when they need it. Make things easier by providing them with hands-free access to applications and games on Microsoft Windows CE mobile devices. This webcast takes you on a text-based adventure as you explore the key issues, options and techniques used when adding speech capability to an application or game. You will learn the features that must be supported by the target device hardware and tools that are available for the development process. Topics include the Microsoft Speech Application SDK 1.0 (SASDK), the Microsoft Speech API for Windows CE, and Microsoft Speech Server 2004.