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Windows Mobile App Development Part 3: Basic WinForms App Development for Windows Mobile Devices

, , 30 Oct 2009 Ms-PL 51.6K 54
Learn the basics of developing Windows Forms based applications for Windows Mobile devices.
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mstruys
Instructor / Trainer Alten-PTS
Netherlands Netherlands
Maarten Struys is an experienced software developer. He has been working with all Microsoft Windows Operating Systems for over 20 years both developing native applications and, since 2000, developing managed applications. He is a well known speaker at international conferences like Tech•Ed, MEDC, and Mobile Connections. Maarten created a large number of How-Do-I videos for MSDN around device development. In the past, he frequently presented MSDN Webcasts around application development for Windows Mobile devices. Earlier this year, Maarten created the RampUp program for Windows Mobile Developers. For information about how to use .NET in the embedded world, see Maarten's Web site at http://www.dotnetfordevices.com.

dougturn
Microsoft
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