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Cross posted from John Coyne's Embedded Blog.
I get asked all the time, “Hey John, what kinds of devices do you guys do over in Windows Embedded land?”
Here’s a cool new site we’ve put up, to let folks see all the different examples of devices out there.
Very slick design by our teams… even Sliverlight enabled!
Thanks to Trika for pointing me to this!
MSDN Channel 9 recently spent some time with the Windows Embedded team (the desktop/embedded team) discussing Windows Embedded past, present and future. The Windows Embedded Standard product is a componentized version of the desktop operating system – in this video we meet some of the development team for Windows Embedded Standard, get some background on Windows Embedded Standard vs. Windows CE, some of the devices that use Windows Embedded Standard, componentization etc…
Here’s a link to the MSDN Channel 9 video.