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Reading and Writing Images From a Windows Mobile Database using UltraLite 10 (C#)

, 28 May 2007
The purpose of this article is to help developers who are looking to access and store images on Windows Mobile applications using C# and UltraLite.

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Liam Cavanagh

United States United States
Liam Cavanagh currently works as a Sr. Program Manager for Microsoft focusing new cloud services in the SQL Azure organization. Within this group, Liam has created a number of new services including SQL Azure Data Sync, Microsoft Codename "Data Transfer", and Eye on Earth leveraging the Windows Azure infrastucture.
 
Additionally, he works with enterprise corporations implementing enterprise cloud and mobile solutions and conducts training seminars worldwide.
 
Liam holds a Bachelor of Mathematics degree in Business and Information Systems from the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
 
Specialties: Windows Azure, SQL Azure, SQL Server, Cloud, Mobile, Replication and Database Synchronization Technologies
 
Liam Cavanagh is the founder of Cotega, a data notificaton and scheduling service for cloud databases. You can contact Liam at his cloud data blog.

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