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  • Blog Post: HTC Touch Pro2 – local Oz review

    If you’re looking for a local (Oz) review of the HTC Touch Pro 2 then head over to Technology at Play – a local forum run by a Windows Mobile MVP, based in Brisbane. To read the review head to: http://www.technologyatplay.com/forums/showthread.php?p=22587#post22587 – written by the moderator it provides...
  • Blog Post: Can You Stomach the Smack!Down?

    As you can tell from the other videos we’ve released over the week, no other breakout session at TechEd comes close to the energy, interactivity and pure fun, than the Smack!Down. Some (speakers) have commented that it’s not a “real” session, because it’s not “serious.” I say that it doesn’t get more...
  • Blog Post: All the Toys

    There’s a lot that happens at TechEd in Australia, which to non-geek may seem, well, boring. At least that’s what my wife says. In the Microsoft ecosystem, however, it’s the conference that is chock full of the latest technology. You can get down and dirty with servers, and wireless networks, operating...
  • Blog Post: Are you Ready?

    In just over a week, thousands of technical experts will converge on the Gold Coast Convention Centre to attend Microsoft TechEd09. But are you ready for the session of sessions?   Rog42   Technorati Tags: Rog42 , Smackdown , TechEd , Microsoft , Windows Mobile
  • Blog Post: Codemasons’ Guild – Jumpstart Live Meeting #1 Q&A

    Last Friday James McCutcheon , Jeff Alexander & I (DonK) hosted the first in the Codemasons’ Guild Jumpstart series. If you want to review the LiveMeeting or look at it for the first time – keep an eye out on www.codemasons.com.au it will be posted there in the next few days. We had some fantastic...
  • Blog Post: Windows Mobile 6.5 developer training – Jumpstart series

    Next Friday at 1pm is the first of a series of 3 Live Meetings to help Australian developers get started developing for Windows Mobile 6.5 – and to get those apps in Marketplace ( Windows Marketplace for Mobile – Open for Developer registration ) to distribute/sell to the millions of Windows Mobile users...
  • Blog Post: Windows Mobile 6.5 Developer Tool Kit now available

    The Windows Mobile 6.5 Developer Tool Kit has just been released for download from   http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=20686a1d-97a8-4f80-bc6a-ae010e085a6e The tool kit adds documentation, sample code, header and library files emulator images and tools to...
  • Blog Post: New msdn forum for Marketplace

    If you have registered as a developer for Windows Marketplace for Mobile then you should check out the new forum @ msdn:  http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/mktplace/ The Marketplace for Mobile team posted this “Welcome” announcement: “Welcome to the Windows Marketplace for Mobile developer...
  • Blog Post: Motosurf A3100 – now available: new TesltraOne UI

    The Motorola Motosurf A3110  is now available via Telstra stores, on a $60 plan (over 24months). The Motosurf comes with Telstra’s new TelstraOne UI, developed by PointUI out of Melbourne. This interface provides a very strong finger navigation UI, having used some of the beta releases I was really...
  • Blog Post: SWMUG Nostalgia Night - Preamble

    Tonight, (Tue Jan 13) at the Sydney Windows Mobile Usergroup, we host our annual “Nostalgia Night.” As this is our first meeting of the year, at a time when vendors are showing off the future of technology at Macworld and Consumer Electronics Show, but when many of our members, as well as potential presenters...
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