May, 2005

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    MEDC 2005: Pictures

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    These are what I got from the event - you may spot that I'm not renowned for my photographic ability! Day 1 - registration in progress. Dave Goon from the UK Laura from the UK. Chill out area. Keynote room filling up fast. Bill in full...
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    MEDC 2005: Security model changes

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    Notes from CLI320 – Security and device configuration The smartphone security model has been in place from the original Smartphone 2002 version. It was originally designed to proved a flexible protection layer primarily to give Mobile Operators the...
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    Event Tactics

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    Yesterday I was at the NEC in Birmingham (UK) manning the Microsoft stand at the ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers) exhibition to show the Thames Valley Police mobile application. Being the first day of the event the hall was a little on the...
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    Free Windows Mobile 5.0 Porting Lab (UK based)

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    The EMEA mobility team have put together a porting lab to help you understand Windows Mobile 5.0, and to help you move your applications to the new OS.... Welcome to the EMEA Windows Mobile Application Development and Porting Program. The aim of this...
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    Windows Mobile 5.0 resources

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    Here are some early resources for Windows Mobile 5.0: Windows Mobile 5.0 dedicated web site Summary of WM 5.0 features Video of MEDC keynote ( 300kbps , 100kbps and 56kbps ) and powerpoint deck .
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    MEDC 2005: Breakout 'A platform on the move: CF 2.0 '

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    This turned out to be a bit disappointing because it was really quite a gentle introduction to managed development. I should have guessed from the session code! Actually, let me just explain that because lots of people don’t understand Microsoft’s...
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    MEDC 2005: Breakout 'Whats new in C++'

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    My 3 rd session was “What’s new in C++” which has some great material even if it was a little dry in presentation style. I was discussing presentation style with a colleague during the break and we came to the conclusion that a presentation about code...
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    MEDC 2005: Breakout "Enterprise look at WM 5.0"

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    My second session of the day was delivered by the UK’s very own Jason Langrage. His title was something like ‘new Windows Mobile 5.0 features for Enterprises’ but for me it was a great overview of the new features in the OS. Here are the key points he...
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    MEDC 2005: Vegas 2 Times

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    After a gruelling 25 hour trip from Heathrow through LA I finally arrived in Vegas on Monday at 10pm for my 2nd ever visit. With so many Microsoft people here I was able to call ahead and have a cold beer waiting for me - nice way to round the day off...
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    MEDC 2005: Keynote

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    Bill started with the usual Software theme ('software will change the world...') which is very relevant to the mobile industry today. He talked about the future of communication moving from ‘phone number’ based selection of a contact to name based selection...
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    HP to offer Windows Mobile 5.0 upgrades

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    http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press/2005/050510b.html Great news for HP iPAQ hx2100, hx2400, hx2700 and hx4700 users. Looks like my HP22xx devices have finally come to the end of their useful life. Marcus
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    MEDC - Who's who?

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    MEDC still going strong! It’s been great to catch up with lots of old friends and acquaintances over the last couple of days. The sessions have been great so far and I will blog my thoughts and summary when I have some time (probably on the plane going...
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    Caricatures

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    Want to see the UK Developer and Partner team in a new light? Check out the caricatures we had done recently: http://www.microsoft.com/uk/msdn/team/technical_team.mspx I tried to get a Smartphone in the drawing as well, but the artist was having...
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    How is Windows Mobile Related to Windows CE (2)

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    I want to pick up on a couple of comments to my earlier post : 1> From Windows Mobile ISV - Developer : Windows Mobile as an OS has to tread a fine line between providing an unmovable target (in terms of its SDK) for developers to have confidence...
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    Security Session for Developers: "Essentials of Hack Resistant Applications"

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    Due to popularity I have been asked to re-run a security related session I presented recently to a VBUG (Visual Basic Users Group) audience. Its not specifically mobile focused but instead looks at the common threats that any developer needs to be aware...
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