In January, we are running four webcasts on the very interesting topic of getting Live services on the Windows Mobile device and how developers can make use of all the great APIs that the Live Platform offers and building creative mobile scenarios for your phone.

Here's the list of webcasts and the URLs, register early to book your place:

 

MSDN Webcast: Introducing Windows Live Services on Mobile Devices (Part 1 of 4): Using Web Services (Level 200) - Maarten Struys

Thu, 04 Jan 2007 20:00:00 GMT

Windows Live is a new set of Internet software and services that works together seamlessly to put users in control of the information, personal connections, and interests they care about. Join this webcast to learn how Windows Mobile powered devices are ideally suited for consuming Windows Live services. In Part One of this sample-filled series about Windows Live on mobile devices, we discuss Windows Live functionality exposed as a Web service and how to make use of it inside a smart device app...

MSDN Webcast: Introducing Windows Live Services on Mobile Devices (Part 2 of 4): Consuming RSS-Based Services (Level 200) - Maarten Struys

Thu, 11 Jan 2007 20:00:00 GMT

Windows Live is a new set of Internet software and services that works together seamlessly to put users in control of the information, personal connections, and interests they care about. Join this webcast to learn how Windows Mobile powered devices are ideally suited to consume Windows Live services. In Part Two of this sample-filled webcast series about Windows Live on mobile devices, we discuss Windows Live exposed as a Really Simple Syndication (RSS)-based service inside a smart device appl...

MSDN Webcast: Introducing Windows Live Services on Mobile Devices (Part 3 of 4): Combining Multiple Services into a Single Solution (Level 200) - Jim Wilson

Thu, 18 Jan 2007 20:00:00 GMT

In Part Three of our webcast series on Windows Live services, we focus on developing mobile line-of-business (LOB) applications that combine data from Windows Live services with your own business data. We discuss how to access and manage your business data so that it can be easily combined with data from Windows Live services. We also explore the pros and cons of aggregating data using the local mobile device application, as compared to using a remote business server to handle data aggregation....

MSDN Webcast: Introducing Windows Live Services on Mobile Devices (Part 4 of 4): Managing Connectivity and Offline Behavior (Level 200) - Jim Wilson

Thu, 25 Jan 2007 20:00:00 GMT

In this final installment of our series, we continue our discussion of creating quality line-of-business (LOB) applications that incorporate Windows Live services. As with any Internet-based software or service, Windows Live requires that client computers and mobile devices have access to the Internet to interact with the provided software and services; however, by their portable nature, mobile devices are occasionally not connected to the Internet. Join this session to learn how you can ensure...

 

 ** UPDATE: here's the webcast page on MSDN. http://msdn.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/learning/webcasts/default.aspx