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  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    You Can Take It With You

    The first three articles in Jim Wilson's new “You Can Take It With You” column went live on MSDN recently. Here are the details: Windows Mobile - A New Era Has Begun
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Smartphone Development Tips and Tricks

    Riki, the dev behind Sprite Backup, posted an interesting document on his website which could save you a lot of time if you're getting started as a native Smartphone developer. Check it out . [Author: Robert Levy]
  • Brad Abrams

    "Can not" or "Cannot"?

    We had a little debate internally on the correct spelling for “can not” in exception message strings. One of the testers actually dug up a series of bugs where we changed one message back and forth several times. Well, I am happy to say that...
  • Mitch Walker

    Whidbey "Go To Definition" Feature

    So I am digging through some MDX code tonight and I see a class I hadn't heard of before. I am thinking that it is a helper class that the SDK Sample framework has created, so I right click on the class name and select “Go To Definition“....
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    A Lively Open-Source Debate

    Apparently, not all developers are Open Source advocates, in fact, a large number prefer controlled source development - this discussion took place at the Sun JavaOne Conference - the full article is Here ... - Mike
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Running Max OS X on Windows XP...

    Last post showed Windows XP Embedded running on a Mac in Virtual PC - How about the other way round ? - Check this out, Mac OS X running on a PC - (Updated to now use a JPG instead of linking to the original Emulation...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows XP Embedded - Running on a Mac...

    Now this is cool... Steve Makofsky has Windows XP Embedded running on a Mac, check it out here . - Mike
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Download Visual Studio Whidbey Express Versions Now!!

    My former group (Visual Studio and .NET Framework) has signed off on the beta1 bits for the new 8.0/2.0 versions, codenamed Whidbey. One of the last big setup projects I worked on was the download logic for the Express SKUs - these are replacements for...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Jon Fincher's Blog

    It took me way too long to do this, but I've now got a link to Jon Fincher 's blog on my site. He is a Program Manager that works on XP Embedded along with myself and others, he's been in the group for a very long time and has a ton of experience, tips...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    XP Embedded and Native Remote Debugging

    The second part of Mike Hall 's “Going Virtual” article about using Virtual PC to setup an XP Embedded image and perform remote debugging using Visual Studio .NET 2003 has been posted on the Get Embedded site, take a look by clicking here...
  • Kevin B Smith's WebLog

    Acknowledgments and Negative Acknowledgments (Part 1)

    The Biztalk engine has the notion of publishing system level (positive) Acknowledgments ( ACK’s ) which indicate a successful message transmission and Negative Acknowledgments ( NACK’s ) which indicate the suspension of a message; these are...
  • Paul Andrew

    TechEd New Zealand Schedule publishing soon

    The TechEd New Zealand schedule including all the sessions, speakers and timeslots is complete. I expect we'll see it published this week. In case you weren't aware our draft list of sessions are already published here .
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