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    Rory Blyth looses the plot

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    Life as an evangelist at Microsoft has finally tipped Rory over the edge. Check out just how far he will go to get the 'Windows Mobile 5.0 is cool and everyone should care!' message across. http://neopoleon.com/blog/posts/17356.aspx But then Windows...
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    Channel 9 Vid

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    Finally got the Alistair Baker interview released on C9. Let me know what you think. http://channel9.msdn.com/Showpost.aspx?postid=160120 For context check out this blog . Marcus
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    MSMQ on Windows Mobile 5.0

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    Did you know there is a new version of MSMQ for Mobile 5.0? The distribution package is available as an aditional download from here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/mobility/windowsmobile/downloads/default.aspx And finally its available through CF...
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    MEDC 2006 Europe

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    Details are now live on the website for this years Mobile Embedded Developers Conference. This year the event will be a significantly bigger, unified event held in Nice, France between June 6-8. More details are available here http://www.microsoft...
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    Installing Certificates on Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone

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    Certificate installation is controlled by the GRANT MANAGER security policy. To install certs interactively via the UI requires the USER_AUTH role to be added to this policy – by default on WM 5.0 its not set. The problem is somewhat compounded because...
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    London Girl Geek Dinner 3 Announced

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    Event descirption from Sarah Blow : "This is basically a networking event to get women in technology mixing and discussing technical issues and hopefully solving a few of each others technical problems. I would really appreciate it if you could spread...
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    GetDeviceUniqueID

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    There is a new API available for retrieving a device id in Windows Mobile 5.0 for both Pocket PC and Smartphone. The first question: why do we need a new way of getting the device ID, what’s wrong with the old? To answer this you need to know what a device...
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    Palm Treo - MSFP?

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    Does the new Treo support MSFP? That seems to be the hot question at the moment and Jason Langridge has just answered it on his blog , " the Treo 700w does not use AKU v2.0 and therefore does not contain the Messaging and Security Feature Pack ......
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    Palm Treo 700w launches

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    In his CES keynote speech yesterday BillG announced the launch of Palm's Treo 700w, running Windows Mobile 5.0. The device is expected to be on sale today in the US with the Verizon Wireless carrier. The device has a 240x240 touch screen (although...
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    Catching up

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    A couple of things caught my eye while catching up on news over the break: Probably the most significant is the new GigaByte G-Smart device with Windows Mobile 5.0 AKU2 (Adaptation Kit Update 2) - that means it supports MSFP (Messaging Security Feature...
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    Ali B's Nugget

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    What would you do if your Managing Director said he was spending a day in your department to better understand what you do? Several late nights preparing slides, maybe? Polish up your CV? Take a sickie? Well how about firing up VS and getting him to write...
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    Windows Mobile 5.0 Local Authentication Sub System (LASS) - Part 3

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    In Part1 I looked at the power-on-password replacement options for Windows Mobile 2003. Part 2 introduced the new Windows Mobile 5.0 LASS architecture and how to create a simple LAP. This post will look at a slightly more complex LAP, converting the LetMeIn...
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    Windows Mobile 5.0 Local Authentication Sub System (LASS) - Part 2

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    In Part 1 we looked at the power-on-password replacement options for Windows Mobile 2003. In this blog I want to take you through the new Local Authentication Sub System (LASS). This new architecture can be found in Windows CE 5.0 and Windows Mobile...
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    Active Sync 4.1 download available

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    At the VS launch event I was asked about the availability of 4.0 version of ActiveSync which felt like it was in beta for ever! A quick look over on the download page revealed that ActiveSync 4.1 has shipped very recently (18th Nov) and is available here...
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    My first 64bit machine

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    I built my first 64 bit machine this week with an ABIT KU8 motherboard and AMD Semperon 2800 chip. As usual it all started with a member of my 'extended' family mailed me saying he had bought some new bits to build a machine and couldn’t get it working...
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    Windows Mobile 5.0 Local Authentication Sub System (LASS) - Part 1

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    I came across another new feature of Windows Mobile 5.0 recently when trying to install an application that we originally created for Windows Mobile 2003 on a WM 5.0 device. The application, called Pocket Beat, is designed to provide Police officers with...
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    Secure Code

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    In case you have been hiding under a rock for the last couple of months, Visual Studio 2005 has launched (along with SQL 2005). We are in the middle of a country wide tour taking some interesting presentations and Chalk Talks to Birmingham (done!), London...
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    We Share Your Pain (WSYP)

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    I don’t really know what to say about this except you have to check it out! http://msexp.streamnavig.com/msexp/player.asp?e=E9999&s=9999_en_w&f=9999_en&uid=00011C7758813ADF&lng=en&cou=uk # I will be checking my office chair a...
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    Orange Code Camp

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    Just got back from this years code camp organized by Orange - very different and interesting event! Take 400 people (mostly from Europe ) with one thing in common - a passion for mobile computing, and put them in a somewhat isolated environment but exclusively...
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    Installing CF 2.0

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    CF 2.0 is about to release on Nov 7th but obviously no device will have the bits in ROM for some time. If you are writing code now that relies on CF 2.0 how can you deploy it? Firstly the CF bits need to be shipped with your installation. There...
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    Autorun in managed code (CIO summit application)

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    The European CIO Summit is taking place this week in Barcelona . Conference delegates will receive a T-Mobile SIM unlocked MDA device (that’s an HTC Universal to you and me). T-Mobile needed an application that can be used by the delegates to automatically...
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    Conchango visit

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    Thanks to Keni Barwick and the guys at Conchango for your hospitalities on Friday's community day. Here are the slides and demos we went through. Slides Demos It was also good to catch up with Neil Cowburn of OpenNetCF fame even if it , who has...
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    MSDN Tech Talk: Windows Mobile 5.0

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    Here are the slides and demos from last Tuesday's MSDN Tech talk in Reading . It’s taken me a while to get these out because I had a rather scary moment involving a lot of rain and my laptop. My laptop bag got very wet in an unexpected downpour and when...
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    Palm - officially a Windows Mobile platform

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    It’s been a long time in incubation but finally the announcement is out in the open: Palm is a Windows Mobile platform. Marcus
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    MSDN Tech Talk: T-Sql, CLR and XML

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    Here are the slides and demo's from Wednesday 21st Sept SQL session I presented at the GPS London office: Slides T-SQL Demo scripts PhotoDemo – CLR integration Mike Taulty also presented on Integration and Reporting Services – I’m sure he...
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