MSDN Webcast: Preparing for Tech∙Ed (Part 2 of 5): Developing Your First Real Windows Mobile 6 Application (Level 200)
MSDN Webcast: Preparing for Tech∙Ed (Part 2 of 5): Developing Your First Real Windows Mobile 6 Application (Level 200)
Event ID: 1032379608
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Other.
Audience(s): Pro Dev/Programmer.

Developing Windows Mobile 6 applications with the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework allows you to take advantage of your existing desktop developer skills and enables you to begin developing mobile applications quickly. Although you may be familiar with many aspects of the .NET Compact Framework, mobile software development requires additional considerations such as designing a user interface for small displays, adapting the user interface to different device form factors, and avoiding unnecessary battery consumption. In this webcast, we address how you can handle these issues and demonstrate how you can test your application with the Windows Mobile Device Emulator before you deploy your application to the first device.

Presenter: Jim Wilson, Product Developer, JW Hedgehog, Inc.

Jim Wilson is president of JW Hedgehog, Inc., a New Hampshire-based consulting firm specializing in solutions, content creation, and mentoring for Windows Mobile software. Jim has worked extensively with the Microsoft .NET Framework and Microsoft .NET Compact Framework (CF) since the original beta release of each. He has more than 14 years of experience with relational database programming, including Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft SQL Server Compact Edition. Jim writes frequently for MSDN, and he has developed mobility curriculums for two of the industry's leading technology training organizations, DevelopMentor and PluralSight. Jim speaks regularly at Microsoft conferences and is online at http://pluralsight.com/blogs/jimw.

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