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Visual Studio did what?

You are going to hear this a few hundred times over the next 24 hours, so I may as well add another me too post. Visual Studio 2005 final release is available for download for MSDN subscribers. It’s only a matter of days now before it’s officially on the shelves. http://blogs.msdn.com/somasegar/archive/2005/10/27/485665.aspx First tasks after installing […]

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Designing Class Libraries Series

Brad Abrams’ team at Microsoft have started a series of Webcasts around class library design. The introductory session is available on the site now with a further 13 sessions to follow. A chat session is scheduled to follow on the topic of each week, the first of which will be this Wednesday. There are some […]

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50,000 Downloads and counting

Thanks to all your support and feedback so far we’ve reached 50,000 individual downloads of code and binaries here at OpenNETCF.org. We are also currently rolling together a number of bug fixes and a raft of new features into a v1.1 release of the Smart Device Framework – stay tuned for more details.

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A day of upgrades

I followed Neil and Alex‘s lead and upgraded my blog to dasBlog too. Luckily because dasBlog is an evolution of BlogX the migration was pretty smooth. I may well tweak the theme slightly yet though because I miss my roadsign 🙂 I’ve also flashed my iPaq 2210 with the latest 1.10 ROM (Thanks to Ed at […]

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So what do you think of OpenNETCF?

The OpenNETCF Survey As we are approaching our first anniversary (and so is the .NET Compact Framework itself which was officially announced last March) we are interested to understand what you think of the code, articles etc we have created so far and what you would like to see from us in the future. We […]