Speaking at MEDC 2006

Tue, May 2, 2006, 04:09 PM under Events
The Mobile & Embedded Developers Conference (MEDC) takes place in Las Vegas next week, full details here. This is basically the TechEd of the mobile/embedded world.

No company remotely serious about mobility can afford to be absent so I hope your employer is sending you (or one of your colleagues ;-).

Those of you attending are invited to my session on reusing code between the Windows mobile and desktop platforms:

APP330: Sharing assets between the .NET Compact Framework and the .NET Framework

Whether you were first introduced to .NET via the Compact Framework / Windows Mobile _or_ via the full .NET Framework on the PC, it may make sense to share your code assets between the two platforms. In this session we will explore when you should be doing this and when not. We will then explore the options available (e.g. directly sharing binaries or conditional compilation) and drill into problems and workarounds. This will include framework differences, platform/OS differences, optimal usage of Visual Studio 2005 and how things have improved since NETCF v1.