Windows Mobile 6.5 developer training – Jumpstart series

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Today I am working with Don Kerr in preparing for the Jumpstart series of vidcasts that will occur through out July. If your into Windows Mobile development then this is a not to missed series for getting ready for Windows Mobile 6.5.

The first of the series kick off Friday, July 3, at 1pm this will be helping Australian developers get started developing for Windows Mobile 6.5 – and to get those apps in Marketplace (Windows Marketplace for Mobile – Open for Developer registration) to distribute/sell to the millions of Windows Mobile users globally.

These Live Meetings will run through July, all on a Friday starting at 1pm. So grab some lunch, your favourite beverage, and get ready to learn. The first starts Friday week, July 3 – click to register now.

July 3rd 1pm – Introduction to Windows Mobile 6.5 and Marketplace: the opportunity and the platform
This webcast introduces the new and upcoming features of Windows Mobile 6.5 and Windows Marketplace. It also outlines the incredible business opportunity for developers to reach millions of users globally via Windows Marketplace – and the processes required to do so.
Register now for Live Meeting session 1

July 17 1pm – Getting started developing for Windows Mobile 6.5: developer tools, technologies, debugging and testing
Learn how to get started developing for Windows Mobile 6.5, what can be done with the new technologies and how to use your existing skills to start coding apps for Windows Mobile 6.5 phones via Windows Marketplace.

July 30 1pm – Widgets: the new internet application
Get insight into the Widgets platform for Windows Mobile 6.5 and discover how to develop powerful Widgets that leverage today’s web experience in a new way.



Its finally public: Windows Mobile 6.5 Developer Tool Kit

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Microsoft has finally made the 6.5 developers kit public and can be downloaded here:

What you will notice is how quick the emulators are, the new gesture controls and widgets.

Come to Remix 09 in Sydney to see what we have been developing with the new 6.5 features