Windows Mobile 6.1 Emulators Out

With the release of Windows Mobile 6.1 and some models already announced, it was only logical that we would see the WM 6.1 emulators out for Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Studio 2008. Just like their predecessors, the emulators are Continue reading Windows Mobile 6.1 Emulators Out

Webcast: Creating Location-Aware Applications for Windows Mobile

Maarten Struys will be presenting a webcast on April 9th. He is going to talk about how incorporate GPS functionality to your applications and how to build "location awareness" by using the GPS API and the "Fake GPS" GPS Emulator Continue reading Webcast: Creating Location-Aware Applications for Windows Mobile

Orlando Code Camp a Success

Another successful Code Camp organized by .Net User Groups from Orlando, Lakeland and the Space Coast! Shawn did a great job and had pretty much everything under control. Attendance was full, and everyone was happy about the presentations. Here is Continue reading Orlando Code Camp a Success

How to Associate the Device Emulator with the Cellular Emulator

When working with Windows Mobile these days it is very common to have to do work with the cellular connection. Either programming the phone dialing out, receiving calls or testing any other cell-related functionality is very important to make sure Continue reading How to Associate the Device Emulator with the Cellular Emulator

Orlando Code Camp 2008 – Preparing presentations

Today I am starting to prepare my presentations for this coming Saturday’s Orlando Code Camp 2008 (http://www.orlandocodecamp.com). There are no more spaces available, but if you want to attend, there is a waiting list in case some people cancel. My Continue reading Orlando Code Camp 2008 – Preparing presentations

Having trouble creating an MSI for Windows Mobile apps?

Well, you are not the only one… Creating an MSI file for application distribution is really simple, but when you want to distribute an application that runs on the Windows Mobile environment, it is not that simple any more. This Continue reading Having trouble creating an MSI for Windows Mobile apps?

Why you need to know about SQL Server Compact Edition (SQL CE)?

So you are a developer who works on applications that run on the desktop; or you are a project manager who has only heard of SQL Server Compact Edition… In any case, if you have hardly heard of SQL Server Continue reading Why you need to know about SQL Server Compact Edition (SQL CE)?

Innovate ON Windows Mobile

Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) have built somewhere around 19,000 applications for Windows Mobile. Microsoft has built a website called Innovate ON Windows Mobile. This portal is designed as part of the Microsoft Partner Program. It is meant for helping ISVs Continue reading Innovate ON Windows Mobile

.Net Compact Framework 3.5 Redistributable Available for Download

Yes! It is ready and available for download here! It’s been out there for about a month actually, but everything has been so hectic lately that I had no time to mention it or add the link on the BlueKatana Continue reading .Net Compact Framework 3.5 Redistributable Available for Download

South Florida Code Camp 2008 a Success

Yesterday was a long day, I woke up at 5 AM so that I would make it on time to the Code Camp. Everything went great, I met with Silvia at the event. She is a friend of mine who Continue reading South Florida Code Camp 2008 a Success