I'm back
I didn't update my blog for the last mont because I was busy developing my entry for the "Dare to Dream Different" contest. I worked on the Tahoe II board provided to all the second round competitors and tried to use the .NET Microframework to develop a prototype of an "advanced" alarm clock. I called it "SvegliONE" that is a joke in Italian because it can mean big alarm clock (alarm clock is "sveglia" in Italian) but also a not so smart guy. To enter the final stage of the competition you had to ......
Posted On Tuesday, May 19, 2009 10:17 PM | Comments (4)
HTTP request class for the .NET Microframework
As I wrote in my first blog entry, I've been selected for round 2 of the "dare to dream different" challenge. My idea involves a lot of internet connectivity and I needed a way to make HTTP requests from my .NET framework device (I'm stil waiting for the real device, but the emulator is great to test network connectivity). I found a very good sample on Elze Kool's blog and I used it as a starting point for my own HTTP request class. It's a simple class that allows you to send a request to any HTTP ......
Posted On Friday, January 16, 2009 2:00 PM | Comments (0)
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