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Windows Mobile Developer Camps
Hello, my name is Loke Uei Tan and I am the Senior Technical Product Manager for the Mobile Developer Experience (DEX) team at Microsoft. I blog regularly on MSDN, and will also post on this team blog from time to time. You can also connect with me on Twitter @wmdev and @lokeuei.
Given our strong commitment to the developer community, we're excited to announce the first in a series of barcamp-style events for Windows Mobile 6.5!
WinMoDevCamp is a series of not-for-profit gatherings to develop applications for the upcoming release of the Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 OS. Our first Windows Mobile Developer Camp event is scheduled for August 19th in Redmond, Washington at the Microsoft Campus Conference Center. The event is also being planned in at least 5 additional cities around the world: Austin, London, New York, San Francisco, and Singapore. We also encourage our extended mobile developer community to host events in the cities that we will not be visiting this time. The http://winmodevcamp.org website will soon have facilities for you to organize events.
Dates: Our first event will be held on 8/19
Venue: Microsoft Campus in Redmond, Washington at the Cascade Auditorium
Check back at the WinMoDevCamp Web site for updated event information.
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|21 Jul 2009||#2|
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well the first thing they can do is make it talk to Outlook Properly in Windows 7.
When you dock a winmo device and sync it with outlook, it wipes all it's ring tones you've set up for individuals.
They could streamline the code for second, which is why most developers are jumping on the iPhone bandwagon, because even with apples strict API it's still easier and quicker to code than WM
They could ...
balls to it, just swallow your principles and buy an iPhone or wait till WM7 comes out
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