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MSDN webcasts related to Windows Mobile platform for April 2004
Posted on 5-Apr-2004 08:15 | Tags Filed under: News



MSDN Webcast: Mobile .NET: Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond - Building Mobile Solutions with the .NET Compact Framework Level 200
6 April 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time

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 (Derek Ferguson, Chief Technology Evangelist, Expand Beyond Corp).


MSDN Webcast: Introduction to Smart Device Programming with the .NET Compact Framework Level 200
9 April 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time

The .NET Compact Framework is a small footprint, binary compatible version of the .NET Framework, designed for small mobile devices. The Compact Framework enables devices to interoperate easily with XML Web services, using the development productivity of Visual Studio .NET. This webcast will provide an overview on the architecture and design of the Compact Framework, as well as more details on its functionality and usage. Learn how your skills in building Visual Studio .NET applications can now be applied to programming smart devices (Glen Gordon, MSDN Developer Community Champion, Microsoft).


MSDN Webcast: Dave's Top Ten Programming Tips And Tricks Level 200
13 April 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time

Here's Dave's top ten desktop application User Interface tips and tricks 10) Remove references to Microsoft.VisualBasic namespace 9) Use the Application object; AppDomain object; and Assembly object to get runtime info 8) Write your own attributes - implement Declarative programming 7) Arrays - use ListBox.AddRange() to improve performance 6) Use a progress bar to indicate progress of long processes 5) Use ThreadPool.QueueUserWorkItem() to asynchronously initiate long processing. 4) Use IsolatedStorage and serialization to store user preferences 3) Use splitters docking and anchoring to achive a professional UI 2) Add a global exception handler to your Desktop app via Application.ThreadException 1) Roll your own custom configuration section with IConfigurationSectionHandler (David Anthony, Senior Mentor, developerLabs).


MSDN Webcast: Mobile .NET: Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond - Building Mobile Solutions with ASP.NET 2.0 Level 300
14 April 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time

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 (Derek Ferguson, Chief Technology Evangelist, Expand Beyond Corp.).


MSDN Webcast: How to Create Useful Applications for the Pocket PC Level 200
16 April 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Pacific Time

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 (Russ Nemhauser, Senior Consultant, Nemhauser Media, Inc.).


MSDN Webcast: Mobile .NET: Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond - What's New in the Compact Framework for Whidbey Level 300
20 April 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Time

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! (Derek Ferguson, Chief Technology Evangelist, Expand Beyond Corp.).


MSDN Webcast: Mobile .NET: Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond - Developing Mobile Applications for Longhorn Level 400
28 April 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time

Mobility is an integral part of Longhorn, the codename for the next generation of the Microsoft Windows operating system. Exciting new capabilities for mobility at the OS level will present significant new opportunities for architects and developers capable of leveraging them--will you be ready? In this fifth webcast of the 6 part series, Derek Ferguson, Chief Technologist for Expand Beyond and Editor-in-Chief of the .NET Developer's Journal, will describe all of the most important enhancements to mobility that will occur in the Longhorn timeframe, as well as presenting several code-level demonstrations of mobile .NET development under Longhorn to get you ready to catch the next wave in Microsoft Windows technology (Derek Ferguson, Chief Technology Evangelist, Expand Beyond Corp.).






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