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Inside and Out... An attempt to understand technology better... June 2005 Entries
TechED 2005 India: Message interception using Windows Mobile 2005
For the upcoming TechED India 2005 at Chennai on 20th, I have unlocked my SmartPhone 2005 and am demoing message interception in real time. I have defined a custom protocol for talking with the application and can be used if you have forgotten your smartphone at home. You can then, via the SMS protocol defined by the application, query the phone for missed calls, unread SMS/MMS/Email, and can even notify you on a specified number about any incoming calls that you have missed! Cheers to Windows Mobile ......

Posted On Friday, June 17, 2005 8:58 PM

TechED 2005 India: Bangalore over; Chennai is next...
TechED 2005 India, at Bangalore, got over today. It was a packed event with almost 1200 Developers, ITPros and Architects attending the event. I primarily spoke at the Mobile and Embedded track on Windows Mobile 2005 - managed and unmanaged development sessions. Infact, today I did a hands-on lab for the same as well - Windows Mobile 2005 seems to have got the attention from the compact device developers - Managed POOM rocked :) The Visual C++ 2005 session which I co-presented with Sridhar Maghugiri, ......

Posted On Thursday, June 16, 2005 9:00 PM

TechED 2005 India: Bangalore is on tomorrow...
Tomorrow is the D-day: we kick off the 5-city TechED 2005 India at Bangalore. And I just finished my final deck on Advanced Embedded VC++. Plus, I just added another demo to the Bluetooth session I have on Day 1 in the Mobile and Embedded Devices track - MED301: Building Bluetooth Applications with WinCE 5.0/Windows Mobile. I was just calculating how many sessions I would be doing at TechED 2005 India (all included) and below are some of the stats I came up with: 30 breakout sessions (6 per city ......

Posted On Monday, June 13, 2005 12:41 PM

TechED 2005 India: Talking Indigo...
Its been a long week - and I have been (still am) neck deep with my TechED 2005 India preparation. I just finished with my deck on Programming with Indigo. Its going to be really interesting session as we are going to neck deep into understanding how to build: Secure Transactional Multi-endpoint Routable service using Indigo. I just finished writing those demos. BTW, this TechED, I am delivering 6 breakout sessions, 1 deep dive and 1 HOL on Windows Mobile 2005. Come to www.techedindia.com - its going ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 8, 2005 4:03 PM

TechED 2005 India: .NET Compact Framework 2.0....
Just finished with the demos of another of my session at TechED 2005 India - Introducing .NET Compact Framework 2.0. There's a ton to talk about the new features of .NET CF 2.0 and in this talk, I would be talking about: Generics, Anonymous Methods COM Interop Support Marshalling Support Enhancements in System.Threading Enhancements in cross-thread control access One of the better things in this version of .NET CF is a good amount of COM Interop support that has come in - within VS IDE as well. So ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 1, 2005 4:57 PM

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