Just a quick reminder that the presentation I mentioned previously is on this Wednesday night. The topic of my presentation is “Introductory Compact Framework Development”.
Further details can be found on the New Zealand .NET User Group website. Please register, as numbers are used to determine how much beer and pizza is required.
The internet has helped to shorten the distance between countries.
Likewise mobile computing has started to extend the reach of the office out into the field. The .NET Compact Framework is the .NET based platform for developing software for mobile workers utilising Windows Mobile based PDAs. This presentation will introduce the capabilities and history of the platform as well as providing lots of tips and tricks on how to develop your own applications.
Come along to find out what the difference between Windows Embedded CE and Windows Mobile is. Why the WinPad project failed, or simply to learn how to develop for this exciting platform.
About the presenter:
Christopher Fairbairn has spent the last 7 years specialising in software development in the mobile environment. He currently works for ARANZ Medical Limited in the Christchurch CBD. His current personal project is porting Google Gears to the Windows CE platform.
I hope to see some of you along at the Canterbury Innovation Incubator this Wednesday at 5:30pm.