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  • Microsoft Days in the universities

    A series of "Microsoft Days" events will be held in the local(Sofia) universities as follows: 5 Nov 2007 : Technical University , Sofia , 10:00h, hall 2140, block 2 see the agenda 6 Nov 2007 : Colledge of Telecommunications and Posts see the agenda 18 Nov 2007 : University if Sofia,The Faculty...
    Posted to Ruslan Trifonov's blog (Weblog) by xman892 on 11-03-2007
  • Mobile & Embedded Developer Chat,October 24

    Neil will host another Mobile & Embedded Developer Skype Chat on 24.Oct.2007 at 3PM GMT. Click here to add Outlook Reminder(via Neil's post ) You may ask the experts your mobile&embedded dev questions. The chat may be accessed from the following url: http://chat.opennetcf.com Note that you...
    Posted to Ruslan Trifonov's blog (Weblog) by xman892 on 10-03-2007
  • Random CF.NET links

    I was too busy lately in order to blog and read blogs(never do this at home). I had to "read" hundreds of posts, which popped out of my agreggator. I decided to post a bunch of links that came to my attention. The compact framework team published a post called: Power Toys for .NET Compact Framework...
    Posted to Ruslan Trifonov's blog (Weblog) by xman892 on 09-30-2007
  • .NET Compact Framework chat on Skype

    Neil will host a CF.NET chat on Skype the next Wednesday, Aug 29 2007 from 6:00 pm to 7:00pm (London) CF.NET team members, MVPs and epxerts will hang out there. if you have device development questions this is the place to find the answers. You may enter the chat at http://chat.opennetcf.com Click here...
    Posted to Ruslan Trifonov's blog (Weblog) by xman892 on 08-24-2007
  • "How To" Series: Configuring Network Adapters with Compact Framework

    There was a question in the forums, if there is a way to configure a network adapter automatically - without an user interaction. Using the UI, the user may select "My network card connects to" value for every adapter in the adapters list. It may be changed to point one of the available network...
    Posted to Ruslan Trifonov's blog (Weblog) by xman892 on 08-06-2007
  • "How To" Series: Reading Device Owner Information on Windows Mobile

    I noticed recently, that some guys asked(in the forums) how to read the device owner information from .NET Compact Framework. The Device Owner information may be obtained from the device's registry. It is stored under the following registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Owner. Note that, this...
    Posted to Ruslan Trifonov's blog (Weblog) by xman892 on 07-24-2007
  • "How To" Series: Retrieving IMSI and IMEI on Windows Mobile

    I had to retrieve the IMSI and IMEI on Windows Mobile for a particular project. What I needed actually was the IMSI , because it may be used in OMA Client Provisioning through WAP Push scenarios. It may be very practical for the enterprise to manage its devices remotely and I will post more on that topic...
    Posted to Ruslan Trifonov's blog (Weblog) by xman892 on 07-10-2007
  • Configuring Symbol MK1100 Micro-Kiosk

    I had a project involving the development of a custom CF.NET application. The app was intended to be deployed on a number of Widnows CE 4.1 based devices from Symbol(MK1100). This device is a rather old model, however the customer had already the device on hold. These devices are custom - the vendor...
    Posted to Ruslan Trifonov's blog (Weblog) by xman892 on 06-26-2007
  • Mobile Development Handbook

    Some folks asked me recently about recommending a book about managed mobile development. I just noticed that Daniel Moth announced his book called " The Mobile Development Handbook ". Daniel(former MVP and Microsoft employee) and his co-authors Peter Foot (MVP) and Andy Wigley (MVP) are well...
    Posted to Ruslan Trifonov's blog (Weblog) by xman892 on 06-13-2007
  • Kiosk mode in Windows Mobile

    I had a number of questions after my talks during the MS Days 2007 in Sofia . And there was a question that I failed to give a complete and detailed answer.So here comes the answer... Before taking this path, take a break and think if the kiosk mode is actually needed for your app. Windows Mobile is...
    Posted to Ruslan Trifonov's blog (Weblog) by xman892 on 05-15-2007
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