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  • Blog Post: David writes about the Lunch Launcher and Store and Forward Messaging

    Over the past couple of months, I have been serializing my experiences in writing the Lunch Launcher demo (as seen at MEDC 2007) using the new Store and Forward Messaging feature of .NET Compact Framework version 3.5.  The series is now complete and the full table of contents is listed here. The...
  • Blog Post: .NET Compact Framework Team Member Content Links

    To make it easier to find the great information that the .NET Compact Framework team is publishing on their weblogs, we will be posting abstracts for selected posts to this site. These summaries will contain a portion of the original post and a link to the full article on the author's weblog. The goal...
  • Blog Post: Error #4 when installing .NET Compact Framework version 2?

    We have had a number of reports regarding error #4 when installing version 2 of the .NET Compact Framework on some devices. To address this issue, we have updated the current install package. Please see Mark Prentice 's post describing the update. Take care! [Author: David Kline] Disclaimer(s): This...
  • Blog Post: The .NET Compact Framework's Greatest Hits

    We on the .NET Compact Framework team have gotten together, compared notes and have compiled a list of our top weblog posts to date (through November 2005). We thought it would be fun and informational to have the equivalent of a FAQ for our technical posts. Title 1 An Overview...
  • Blog Post: Brand New but Still Limited Microsoft Mobile and Embedded DevCon Registration Offer!

    Based on the success of our last promotion, the Microsoft MEDC team have kindly extended a special offer to blog readers. The first fifty people to sign up for MEDC 2005 using the RSVP Code CAATTAR get an extra $100 off our Early Bird price of $995. A total savings of $300! Register immediately to...
  • Blog Post: Got feedback for the .NET Compact Framework?

    The NetCF team is looking for feedback from developers using the .NET Compact Framework for consideration in future releases. We've got lots of ideas and are looking to focus on what's important to our customers. To submit your feedback, email it to: SDWISH@microsoft.com . If you have feature requests...
  • Blog Post: Hi there

    It has come to my attention that the .NET Compact Framework has been remiss in regards to getting a team wide weblog going. Although several of us have been working on maintaining our own spaces (see .NET Compact Framework Team Members links), there has not been a one-stop-shopping location for infomation...
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