GPS Programming Tips for Windows Mobile - Part 1
NETCF: Memory leak... now what??
Supporting Kiosk-Applications on Windows Mobile (Technically achievable vs. supported)
Wireless Programming on Windows Mobile: supported or not supported?
Establishing GPRS Connection on Windows CE and Windows Mobile: Sample Codes
Disable WebBrowser's Context-Menu in NETCF applications
MAPI on Windows Mobile 6: Programmatically retrieve mail BODY (sample code)
Microsoft released a HotFix for NETCF v3.5 on Windows Mobile 6.1.4 onwards, to address basic functionalities of WebBrowser control
The right approach to get a Contact’s last communication (IItem’s PIMPR_SMARTPROP)
Remote Desktop Mobile (RDP Client) disconnects after 10 minutes of inactivity
Support Boundaries for Windows Mobile Programming (Developing Drivers, for example... Or even WiFi Programming)
Miei post in italiano sul team-blog del Supporto Tecnico agli Sviluppatori
"Hello world!" It's been a really long time I don't post anything on this blog... for multiple reasons actually, the main one probably being that Windows CE\Mobile is such a mature technology that "quite" every problem has been found and addressed! Another reason is that we provide support for Windows Phone 7 through our App Hub Forums community (http://forums.create.msdn.com), even if for complex scenarios Technical Support is always available through regular Service Requests (last couple of weeks I repeteadly hit my head on a WP7.5 application accessing WCF Services on a IIS accepting Basic Authentication only, over SSL...). Anyway looking at blog-statistics I can see that even if I've not been posting, this blog is still visited by many and that lets me hope it has been having a good impact to the Mobile Developer Community during these 3+ years. There are posts more read than others, and in some cases that surprises me - indeed, what I consider one of my best posts is not the most read one Basics on Windows CE\Mobile: an alternative way to approach the Memory Monster. Actually, the most read ones are the following (why the one on GPS? Probably for some keywords...):
I truly hope these have helped Mobile Developers out there!
Good luck is another name for tenacity of purpose.