Mobility Event

Glen Gordon and I are teaming up to deliver a full day of mobility!   If you're within driving distance of Atlanta or Charlotte, sign up!  We'll be teaching about the .NET Compact Framework 3.5 and using VS2008 to develop Windows Mobile SmartClient Applications. There will be great take-home resources like books and DVDs, as well as some bigger giveaways (Windows Mobile 6 devices, anyone?)

This session is geared towards familiarizing the attendee with developing smart clients using the .NET Compact Framework 3.5 on Windows Mobile 6.x. Labs will be by demo only (not hands on), and will be available for download after the class.
Lunch will be provided. Class times: 9:00 AM–12:00 PM, 1:00 PM–5:00 PM. Click the links below to register

Charlotte - June 18, 2008

Atlanta (Alpharetta) - June 24, 2008 (originally scheduled on May 27)

Comments (3) -

6/20/2008 6:30:35 AM #

Thanks for a great event on Wednesday!  It had just the right level of detail. 

I'm attempting the hands on lab an have some questions about the setup.  It looks like it may take a couple of hours to get everthing going, so I'd like to be clear on some things before starting. 

Is Team Suite Required?  I only have VS 2008 Professional.  Also is SQL 2008 required for all of the labs and how do we get the "November CTP".  Is that the same as "Release Candidate 0" which is downloadable here->"> 

I'll be happy to post to on MSDN, but I wasn't sure what forum would be the best.

Richard Taylor
Richard Taylor
6/21/2008 3:31:06 AM #


Thanks for all the great information at the Mobility Event!  It really opened my eyes to what my team can accomplish by considering the Windows Mobile platform.

Any chance I can get a copy of the videos presented at the end of the session so that I can share with my team?


6/22/2008 9:28:17 PM #

Thanks for heading out to the event!  Glad you found it useful.


Richard -- I followed up in an email about the videos!

Vic -- As for Team System – nope, VS Pro would be fine.  The Windows Mobile 6 SDK will work on Pro or
higher (Team System).


As for SQL – the latest release was RC0 (document was
outdated) so you can go ahead and grab that. 
We just released RC0 a few weeks back – sorry about that!   SQL Server on the desktop is only required if
you’d like to check out the replication and data synchronization features.  Otherwise, it’s not required for the devices
themselves.   (They can be installed for
eval purposes too.)

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