June, 2004

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    Arrived in Amsterdam

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    I arrived in town this morning. After clearing some eMail I visited the RAI Center. It's a few years since I visited the RAI but I'd forgotten how HUGE it is. It took me some time to find someone who could let me in. I spent the afternoon in the keynote...
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    TechEd Europe - Final stop on the MDC World Tour

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    This week and next I've been preparing for my trip to Amsterdam to attend TechEd Europe and the MDC we're having there. Steve Lombardi and I have been working on our keynote demo and it promises to be something a little bit special. We thought we'd save...
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    eMbedded Visual C++ 4.0 and Second Edition

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    With the release of the localized emulators for Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition software( http://blogs.msdn.com/jamespr/archive/2004/06/19/160071.aspx ) you now have more emulator targets than ever to manage. We've been sharing a useful tip for eMbedded...
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    Open Chat - This Tuesday 06/22/2004

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    I'm participating in an open web chat on developing for Windows Mobile this Tuesday. I'll be there to answer your questions on all aspects of Windows Mobile development. Which tools to use? What APIs are available? What's coming up? Drop by the...
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    Euro 2004 and "Soccer"in the US

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    With the European Championships going on in Portugal it's not an easy time for a Soccer fan to be living in the United States. Fortunately I've been able to watch some matches on Pay Per View including England get mugged by France and England play Switzerland...
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    Test Your Applications Against Localized Emulator Images

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    We ship Windows Mobile devices across the world localized into many different languages. As an application developer you may be wondering how your application is going to run on a Chinese Smartphone or a Germany Pocket PC. Well if you are you can download...
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    New Windows Mobile Developer Center - Bookmark Now

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    In response to feedback through this blog, earlier in the year we began the transition from our developer portal on www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/developer to the MSDN Mobile and Embedded Application Developer Center. I'm pleased to announce that the...
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