April, 2009

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About .Net Micro Framework Team Blog

Welcome to the .NET Micro Framework team blog, where we’ll be posting about our experiences, ideas, and activities. Our intent is to provide the latest information about the .NET Micro Framework, to get your unfiltered feedback, to support the development of the community, and to just plain have fun.
We spend most of our time working to make the .NET Micro Framework better, and finding time to blog on a regular basis on top of that can be hard. So a number of developers, testers, and product managers from the .NET Micro Framework team will be posting here to make sure you get the latest information from a variety of perspectives. Occasionally MVPs and Microsoft employees in other groups will join in as well. 
By the way, this blog is usually not the best place to get immediate help with a problem you’re having. Support for specific .NET Micro Framework issues is best obtained through Microsoft product support services, our discussion forum, or your board vendor.  Other .NET Micro Framework resources are available through our NETMF.com website.

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    When do you need IPV6?

    As you may already know, the current implementation of the .NET Micro Framework supports IPV4. I have heard one request for IPV6 support so I wanted to hear from other people how critical IPV6 support is for you. So if this is something critical for you...
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    Porting Kit Free with MSDN Subscription

    To more aggressively promote the adoption of the .NET Micro Framework, we have entered into an arrangement with the MSDN team. Most MSDN subscriptions will now include the latest version of the .NET Micro Framework Porting Kit. While available only as...
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    .NET Micro Framework v3.0 Service pack 1 released

    We are pleased to release today, 04/22/2009, the service pack 1 of the 3.0 release. This service pack follows the v3.0 releases by six months and addresses a set of bug fixes for the porting kit of the .NET Micro Framework. Most of the bugs were found...
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    .NET Micro Framework on top of another OS

    One unique thing about the .NET Micro Framework is that it is a .NET virtual machine that runs directly on the metal. We did this so that it could be as small and performant as possible for the current architecture. However, there are a number of users...
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