Windows Embedded Compact series of “tips and tricks” webcasts kicking off

Windows Embedded Compact series of “tips and tricks” webcasts kicking off

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In the intent of delivering more technical insight and training to embedded developers working with Windows Embedded CE/Compact, the Windows Embedded team will be kicking off a series of technical “tips and tricks” webcasts next Tuesday October 25th. You will find the information below.

The presenter will be Doug Boling, long time expert in this domain. Do not miss it!

 

Title: Compact 7 Webcast: Improving Boot Times

Presenter: Douglas Boling, Author, Programming Microsoft Embedded Windows CE, and Windows Embedded Compact 7 Technical Consultant
Date: October 25, 2011
Time: 9:00 a.m. PDT

Registration:

https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032497462&Culture=en-US

Description:

While computers can take their time booting, users expect embedded devices to turn on instantly.  Every second the user waits is a second that user is questioning the quality of the device.  During this one-hour webcast you’ll learn how to shorten the boot up time of your Windows Embedded Compact system.  Topics we’ll cover include:

· How to measure boot time

· Critical paths in the boot sequence

· How to optimize the componentization

· How to configure the shell for optimal boot performance.  

While this session will center around Windows Embedded Compact, these techniques will also be relevant for Windows Embedded CE 6 devices.  Join us for this example-filled discussion of how to speed up your device!

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  • Is this Webcast somewhere available for review ?

  • @Alex: The video is not yet published but should be soon. I will keep you updated on the blog when this is the case.

    - Olivier

  • Hello, when do you expect this video to be published?. I'm about to deploy 110 units and could sneak into the image any suggestions that you may have

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