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  • Blog Post: News from Embedded Systems West keynote.

    There were a number of interesting announcements made at the ESC West keynote yesterday – Kevin Dallas, general manager of the Windows Embedded Business presented the general session. Here’s a list of the announcements. MSDN Embedded Subscription Windows Embedded joins the list of existing MSDN Subscriptions...
  • Blog Post: More sessions at ESC West

    [WCE304] How is Windows Embedded CE a Hard Real Time embedded system? Kurt Kennett Tuesday, 2:00pm — 3:15pm Sponsored Sessions/Seminars/ 90-Minute Sponsored Session [WCE303] Developing Embedded Devices with CE 6.0 for Critical Security Markets Yannick Chammings Wednesday, 8:00am — 9:15am Sponsored Sessions...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Australia Embedded Keynote (via LiveMeeting)

    Today, Monday September 1st is Embedded day at TechEd Australia - a couple of months ago, Don Kerr, the Embedded guy in Sydney asked me to present the opening session at the Embedded day - The session is 30 minutes, followed by Q&A. It doesn't seem right to fly 15+ hours to Australia for a 30 minute...
  • Blog Post: Anatomy of a TechEd Embedded Demo

    Thanks to Paul Yao for uploading photos from TechEd to Facebook (images below). You've probably sat through a ton of conference sessions, and have seen the speaker (or demo monkey) do his thing, and amazingly (most of the time) everything works! - Here's a peek behind the scenes of my Architect panel...
  • Blog Post: Bloggers: Come meet Olivier Bloch and Mike Hall at TechEd 2008 (bloggers lounge)

    Olivier Bloch and Mike Hall (me) will be in the bloggers lounge at TechEd 2008 (Developers) on the following days and time. June 3 10:00-11:00 Mike Hall/Olivier Bloch If you have questions about embedded operating system development, or application development then come on over and lets have a chat!...
  • Blog Post: Mikes content at TechEd 2008 Developers.

    I'm going to be at TechEd 2008 Developers next week, in Sunny old Florida (sunny and very humid). There are two sessions that I'm presenting, and a bunch of embedded sessions where I will be "lurking" to answer questions. The two sessions are: Wednesday June 4th, 10:15am, Room S230G Become a Windows...
  • Blog Post: Sights from ESC San Jose - keynotes, Sessions, and Labs.

    The Embedded Systems Conference is running this week in San Jose, California - The conference center that hosts the event was also the venue for the first Windows CE developer conference I attended in 1997 (I ended up sharing a hotel room with one of my colleagues that had Chicken Pox, but that's another...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Point of Service for .NET v1.12 (Download Available)

    Microsoft Point of Service for .NET v1.12 has been released and is available for download Microsoft POS for .NET v1.12 Overview POS for .NET is a class library that enables POS developers to apply Microsoft .NET technologies in their products. It provides a simple and consistent interface for .NET Framework...
  • Blog Post: Embedded Sessions at TechEd 2008 Developers (Reasons to come to TechEd 2008)

    You are probably aware that we're not running the Mobile and Embedded Developers Conference (MEDC) this year, and are pointing people at Embedded Systems West (April 14-18, San Jose) , or TechEd Developers (June 3-6, Orlando, Florida) as the replacements for MEDC. Embedded Systems West will have content...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Sessions at ESC Boston - Sept 18-20, Boston.

    Microsoft is heading to ESC Boston (September 18-20), Kevin Dallas, General Manager for the Windows Embedded Business at Microsoft will be presenting a keynote presentation on Thursday September 20th at 1pm The title of the keynote is "Powering Smart, Connected, Service Oriented Devices" Here's the abstract...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft lures Linux Hackers

    At next weeks LinuxWorld event the Microsoft Windows Embedded team will be hosting another free food/beer/chat event. If you're at LinuxWorld on Wednesday August 8th from 6pm - 8pm and are: interested in finding out more about the .NET Micro Framework, Windows CE, Windows XP Embedded, or Windows Embedded...
  • Blog Post: Webinar: Windows Embedded Opportunities in Enterprise Organizations (June 28th 2007)

    Devices based on the Windows Embedded platforms - Windows Embedded CE, Windows XP Embedded and Windows Embedded for Point of Service - are increasingly being adopted by enterprise organizations to help improve efficiencies while driving down costs. Learn how Windows Embedded can help enterprise organizations...
  • Blog Post: MEDC Australia - Done, next stop Christchurch.

    MEDC Australia is now done, I had a great time in Sydney, it's been a tough schedule, arriving from Seattle the day before rehearsals, then the event, and customer meetings today . There were four sessions on the Windows Embedded track, these were: Windows XP Embedded SP2 Feature Pack 2007 (presented...
  • Blog Post: Moving right along... (starting a new role within Microsoft)

    It's time for me to move to a new job within Microsoft, don't worry, I'm not leaving the Embedded group, in fact I'm moving into a role that gets me even closer to the Embedded tools and technologies than I have been for the last six years in my current role. Starting today I've taken on the role of...
  • Blog Post: Mini MEDC coming to NZ...

    Just been checking out Darryl Burling's blog - there's a mini-MEDC event coming to NZ on May 17th. Speakers at the event will be Derek Snyder (windows mobile) and Mike Hall (windows embedded). Hope to see you all there! - Mike
  • Blog Post: .NET Micro Framework book is done...

    Go check out the .NET Micro Framework blog - it looks like Rob Miles and Donald Thompson have completed the book on .NET Micro Framework development - there's no mention of when the book will be available in the stores. The .NET Micro Framework is an interesting technology that could be interesting...
  • Blog Post: WEPOS 1.1 update Released

    If you are building Point of Service applications (self-service check out terminals, airport check-in terminals, point of sale devices etc...) then you will be interested in the updates provided by WEPOS version 1.1 (and the POS for .NET 1.11) - here's a taste of what's included in the update. Support...
  • Blog Post: MEDC 2007 - CE 6.0 Session Reviews - Week 1.

    We have MEDC content reviews running for two straight weeks (or at least those of us that more than 40 sessions to review!) - This week has been packed full of session reviews, here's a list of sessions reviewed this week [there is some awesome content coming your way at MEDC !]. Understanding the new...
  • Blog Post: Presenting at the MVP Global Summit 2007

    Today was the start of the MVP Global Summit being held at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle - the day started with a keynote from Bill and was followed by sessions by some of the senior execs from across the company, which was followed by lunch and then breakout sessions - I was presenting...
  • Blog Post: Going to ESC West ? - Got questions ?

    If you are planning on going to ESC West (April 1-5, San Jose, CA) there are a number of opportunities for you to come and talk to Microsoft and partners about embedded device development. You can book time on the Microsoft booth to have an "Ask the Experts" consultation - this will give you the chance...
  • Blog Post: DevX: From pig slicers to sewing machines - all about Embedded.

    <snip> Confused about Embedded? You're not alone. Even mobile developers don't always get exposed to the embedded systems running their apps. That's why we went right to the expert himself: Mike Hall. Learn the difference between the three...wait, make that four, embedded systems. Get advice on...
  • Blog Post: Meet Ilya Bukshteyn, Director of Marketing for Windows Embedded.

    If you were at Embedded World 2007 in Nuremberg/Germany you probably met with Ilya, the director of marketing for the Windows Embedded products - I wanted to interview Ilya to find out more about his background and thoughts on the Embedded market. I had to break the video into two parts to upload - here...
  • Blog Post: Point of Service for .NET v1.11 is now available

    POS for .NET V1.11 is Microsoft’s implementation of the industry’s Unified Point of Service (UPOS) version 1.11 standards, for the .NET platform. UPOS is the standards body that specifies the behavior of retail peripherals. So what’s new and exciting about version 1.11? Support for version 1.11 of the...
  • Blog Post: POS.NET - Graphical version of POSDM.

    Sean Liming (author of Windows XP Embedded and Windows Embedded for Point of Service) book fame has been hard at work coding up a useful utility for all of you Windows Embedded for Point of Service developers out there. You may be familiar (perhaps too familiar) with the Posdm command line utility for...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2005 SP1 Released

    Visual Studio 2005 SP1 has been released , this is needed if you are using Visual Studio for CE 6.0 o/s development and application development - of course you should install SP1 if you are using Visual Studio for regular desktop application development. Heath Stewart has useful information about installing...
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