July, 2008

  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Emulators make my development easier because...

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    When I first jumped into Windows Mobile development back in 2002 our emulator story left a bit to be desired. The request I heard most from developers was “please help me get a Windows Mobile device to start developing this stuff!” Development devices...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Interesting read on mobile platforms

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    Here is an interesting read that I found this morning on Next Gen Mobile Content...thought some of you might enjoy this as well.  What do you guys think?
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Rumors of my Death have been Greatly Exaggerated

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    So, lately, I have been reading a lot about RIM vs Apple vs Android.  It's all pretty interesting stuff, really.  But people seem to forget that their is one other player out there, us.  Google hasn't even made a phone yet.  We have...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Chris Craft's 30 WM Apps in 30 Days

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    I know that most of you have already seen this, but if you haven't, it is DEFINITELY worth taking a look at. Chris decided to build 30 Windows Mobile apps in 30 days...and a LOT of these apps are really useful!  Go ahead, take a look ! My favorite...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    The Android that closed up

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    Well, Windows Mobile has a good SDK that anyone can grab, and is open for anyone to develop on, and devices are in market today...I just thought this was an interesting Ars Technica read :) “Non-disclosure agreements and selective access to development...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    SAP on Windows Mobile!

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    Many of you have have been pinging me over the last year or so asking me for a good Windows Mobile solution to SAP.  Well, I am EXTREMELY happy to say, one of our great partner, Avanade, has been working on such a solution for quite a while now and...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    The Windows Mobile Ecosystem for Developers

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    July is a special time around Microsoft. It’s the start of a new fiscal year… which is kind of like the calm after the storm. A few weeks ago, this place was nuts…closing out business, writing performance reviews…clock ticking, time running out to meet...
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