MSDN Webcast: 24 Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development: Using Pocket Outlook Data Inside a Managed Application (Level 300)
MSDN Webcast: 24 Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development: Using Pocket Outlook Data Inside a Managed Application (Level 300)
Event ID: 1032389579
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Other.
Audience(s): Pro Dev/Programmer.

Windows Mobile devices ship with Microsoft Pocket Outlook. To limit the amount of data that is stored on Windows Mobile devices and to provide users with a consistent user interface when dealing with Personal Information Manager (PIM) data, you must frequently make use of Pocket Outlook functionality inside your own managed application. In this sample-filled webcast, we show you how to retrieve, use, and store PIM data inside your own managed applications through the Windows Mobile Managed APIs that ship as part of the Windows Mobile 5.0 and Windows Mobile 6 software development kits (SDKs).

Presenters: Constanze Roman, Community Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation, and Maarten Struys, Technical Manager, PTS Software

Constanze Roman is a community program manager with the Windows Mobile Content, Community, and Engagement Team. She has been working in the Windows Mobile and Windows Embedded field for more than seven years, writing content on networking, security, and internationalization. Constanze is actively engaged with the Windows Mobile Developer Community through blogs, webcasts, and other activities. Constanze frequently presents webcasts about Windows Mobile development for MSDN, and she is a well known speaker at international Microsoft conferences like TechEd, Mobile and Embedded Developer Conference, and Dev Connections. Be sure to visit Constanze's blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/croman for lots of information about Windows Mobile and Windows Embedded development.

Maarten Struys, a Microsoft Device Application Development Most Valuable Professional (MVP), is an experienced software developer. He has been working with Microsoft Windows operating systems for more than 20 years, developing native applications and managed applications. He is a well known speaker at international conferences like Microsoft TechEd, Microsoft Mobile and Embedded Developer Conference, and Mobile Connections. Maarten also frequently presents webcasts about developing applications for Windows Mobile devices for MSDN and AT&T. Recently, Maarten created a number of how-to videos for MSDN concerning device development. Maarten's Web site, www.dotnetfordevices.com, is loaded with information about using Microsoft .NET in the embedded world.

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