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MSDN webcasts related to Windows Mobile platform for August 2004
Posted on 4-Aug-2004 18:32 | Tags Filed under: News



MSDN Webcast: Data Access Techniques for Mobile Devices - Level 300
11 August 11 2004 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Pacific Time
William Ryan, Senior Software Developer, InfoPro
Most modern commercial applications depend on data access in one form or another and this need doesn't diminish when you move off the desktop and onto a mobile device. Since smaller devices are more resource constrained, data access methodology may change substantially in the transition. This webcast will assess the current and future states of data access technology with the .NET Compact Framework. There will be a focus on maximizing efficiency of data access techniques for both the PocketPC and the Smartphone. New features that will be available in Visual Studio 2005 will be discussed, along with a comparison of the performance and functionality vs the current framework.


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