MSDN Webcast: 24 Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development: IPC and True Push Technology on Windows Mobile (Level 300)
MSDN Webcast: 24 Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development: IPC and True Push Technology on Windows Mobile (Level 300)
Event ID: 1032393511
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Other.
Audience(s): Pro Dev/Programmer.

The Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 3.5 offers a range of capabilities for you to use asynchronous programming techniques inside your managed application. Even though the complexity of your application will slightly increase, making use of multiple threads inside your application can help you give your user a better overall experience by maintaining responsive user interfaces. Join this webcast to learn how to properly start and terminate threads, update user interface controls inside multiple threads, and call Web services asynchronously. In this sample-filled webcast, we demystify multithreading, so you can feel confident in developing your own multithreaded applications. 

Presenter: Maarten Struys, Software Developer, PTS Software B.V.

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 Tech•Ed, 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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