• Reed and Steve Stuff

    Happy Holidays!

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    I just wanted to get one more post in before I took some serious time off. This calendar year has been crazy...really crazy. Like, I feel like one of Santa's helpers busy crazy. But, it was all worth it :) In this last year, we've launched another major...
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    Adapt your App with a little Powershell and CoreCon

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    For any of you who attended the Windows Mobile Partner Summit and wanted to get a copy of the cool demo Mike did... here you go ! This uses the new VS2008 CoreCon APIs to the automate the emulators using Powershell and then pushes out a little test app...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    TechNet Radio

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    Every once in awhile, I see some gems over at this site. This one is probably sure to get a few folks interested :) Unified Communications and Windows Mobile Michael Murphy and Chip Vollers discuss the benefits of Unified Communications and Windows Mobile...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    It's the most wonderful time of the year!

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    Yes, this is the time of the year that I LOVE most...the beginning of the Holiday season. That means eating a ton of great food, gaining about 5 pounds, putting up lights, the tree, and all that jazz, watching every known Christmas cartoon known to man...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Fun and Games

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    Okay, so no games really. Reed and I are still trying to figure out how we'll do THAT one :) But I DO have something that's pretty darn funny. I received this in email the other day...I watched it once, laughed myself silly, and then watched it again...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    IE Mobile Updates for Developers

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    I have touched on this topic in the past, but it seem to be generating quite a few questions on the “make it work” radar, so I thought I would make a quick post. If you have Windows Mobile users who access information through a web site regularly, you...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Expanding the Reach - Going Consumer

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    Okay, this has always been something of a pet project for me, if you will. Sure, I work in MCB and focus on the business side of the house, but it's really the consumers that move the majority of devices (and then force IT to support them). So, what I...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    SAP and Windows Mobile - what's your story?

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    I work with different partners everyday, and I also work with enterprises and business everyday as well. In enterprises, I often get asked the question: 'What partners do you have that do X?' Well, right now I am looking for something specific. How many...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Slaying the Virtual Memory Monster - Part II

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    Someday I’ll learn to write a simple blog post—a couple of paragraphs about something cool and edgy. Not today. There is no way to cover Virtual Memory in brevity and still get anything out of it so... we’re going to trudge through this. In my last post...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Mobile Connections and an Announcement

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    First off, I wanted to put in a small plug for the Mobile Connections event coming up. Mobile Connections is a great opportunity for developers and IT Professionals to connect with Microsoft and experts in the Mobile industry. Attendees can expect to...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Visually Stunning User Interfaces

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    Well, we've seen heard a bit of noise lately in the press about the iPhone, gPhone, Prada phone, whatever-you-want-to-call-it phone, but people seem to loose sight of the fact the Windows Mobile devices have been able to do all this great 'new' stuff...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Slaying the Virtual Memory Monster

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    If you have ever heard one of my talks on Windows Mobile development, you may remember me ranting a bit about Virtual Memory issues. It’s one of those topics that many developers never need to worry about, however, if you are one of the devs that have...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Undocumented and Deprecated : APIs you don't want on your "friends" list

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    There are two kinds of APIs you don’t want to make friends with in this world – undocumented and deprecated . They are mysterious and seductive. They allow you to do things we said you couldn’t do. They continue to work even after we said they wouldn...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Enterprise Mobility: is it ready for Prime Time?

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    Okay, so obviously I already have an opinion, and it's very strong. I believe from all of the evidence that I have witnessed first hand that enterprises are ready to start rolling out (and have been for several quarters) truly converged mobile devices...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Wondering what to attend in place of the PDC? Check out Mobile Connections...

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    Next to MEDC, our Professional Developer Conference is my favorite event so naturally I was bummed out to hear it wasn't happening this year. The good news is that there is another great event to plug into this fall. Mobile Connections, November 5-8,...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Choose the right architecture for your Windows Mobile Line of Business (LOB) application

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    In case you haven’t noticed, mobile LOB is a really hot area right now. It was a major focus point during MEDC and we now have plenty of great collateral that companies can leverage to get started. Check out the Windows Mobile LOB Solution Accelerator...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Special Offer for MS Partners, Devs, and IT Pros from Sprint

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    Here's a decent deal from Sprint for those who want the new Mogul: Get your Windows Mobile 6 phone from Sprint with .NET CF 2.0 and SQL Server CE at a special price. $299 WITH A NEW CONTRACT, FREE 512Mb MicroSD Card AND 10% OFF MONTHLY SERVICE. The Sprint...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Windows Mobile Business Value Assessment and ROI Calculator

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    I'm not sure how many of you ever need to create a business case for a Windows Mobile deployment, but if you do, we have created a GREAT tool for you. If you are a Certified or Gold MSPP Partner, you can get access to the Windows Mobile Business Value...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Helpful links for Windows Mobile Developer newbies

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      To go along with Reed's post down below, a common question that we both get is simply: Where do I start? So, several months ago, Reed and I created this set of links that I affectionately call the 'Welcome to Windows Mobile Development'. ...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Where do I go for help with Windows Mobile development?

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    You might be surprised how many emails we get from folks asking this question. I think it's due the fact that we have *so* many support options, it's sometimes difficult to understand where to turn.... I thought I would try to highlight a few here. ...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    PowerPoint...the bane of modern business?

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    The title is, of course, kinda misleading. I actually love Power Point. But sometimes I DO long for the days when you would get together in a conference room and hash out ideas over white boards (I almost said black boards, tipping my age). But in today...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Testing Tools, Resources, and more...

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    I’m really itching to do a series of posts on slaying the Virtual Memory monster… you know, that memory issue that is largely misunderstood and you hope you never deal with. On the same note, I figure it’s time to lighten up a bit and mention some tidbits...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    Indie developers, get your game published!

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    The MOTODEV Game Developer Challenge is going on right now. Just talked to the good folks over at Motorola this morning about this contest, and thought I'd pass the info on to you all. It actually sounds pretty cool: "Developing "the next big thing...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    When Good Signatures Go Bad – Part 2

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    It has been a busy few weeks. Like Steve, I was in Florida but I didn’t get to meet any famous mice or Mounties. I was meeting with partners and helping spread the word about Windows Mobile and LOB solutions. One of the partner products showcased along...
  • Reed and Steve Stuff

    TechEd 2007 - the Foot Killer

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    Okay, if any of you have ever gone to TechEd, and had to work a booth, you understand the headline. I like to think that I have comfortable shoes, but DANG, standing for 7-8 hours a day is brutal (even on the best of shoes). But, at the end of the day...
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