Mobile Development Workshop

May 18, 2006 — 1 Comment

This Saturday (May 20 2006) I will be in San Diego doing a Mobile Development Workshop for the San Diego .NET Users Group.  I will be presenting two sessions. 


The first one will be ‘.NET Compact Framework 2.0 and OpenNETCF Smart Device Framework 2.0’ and go through how you can use a combination of both to speed up your development lifecycle. 
Abstract: There have been many changes in the Compact Framework from Version 1 to Version 2. With these changes there also came changes in the Smart Device Framework 2.0 (SDF2.0). Come to this session to see what’s new and cool in the SDF2.0, how the SDF compliments the Compact Framework, learn the many different features available in the SDF, some of the major changes from SDF1.4 to SDF2.0 and how to take advantage of the SDF so you can concentrate on building your Compact Framework application whether your are developing for an enterprise application or a commercial application.


The second one will be ‘.NET Compact Framework 2.0 for the Desktop Developer’ and talk about some the Compact Framework from the perspective of the desktop developer.
Abstract: This session will talk about the main differences between the .Net Framework and the Compact Framework and how development differs between the two. In addition, we will also spend some time during this presentation going over how to build a common library of code that can be shared between desktop and mobile applications.


ActiveNick (Nick Landry) will also be doing do presentations on ‘Introduction to Mobile Development’ and ‘Mobile Development Security’.


If you are in the San Diego area, hope you can join us!

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