The first feature that I like most is not really a feature of the system but rather of Platform Builder, the BSP templates. This really is a neat feature enabling BSP developers to jumpstart a new BSP. The second feature that I like is the ability of an OEM of either an ARM or x86 architecture based devices to support 3 GB of RAM and the kernel detects it “automatically”. At last you can support multicore based devices, even though I’d still prefer to have this support available to the developer to control, but that will not happen.
This is my first post here. Just a little about myself and what I will write about in the coming weeks.
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This is my first post here so I’ll be brief. Just testing the capabilities of Live Writer and thinking about a short article I have in mind on the new feature in Windows Embedded Compact 7: Filter device drivers.
Just got news that its out:
The trial version is there for download.
Available on Technet
On February 7th, 2011, Dave Heil and I gave a presentation on Windows Phone 7 Application Development to the members of the Windows Networking Solutions User Group (WiNSUG) in Carlsbad, California.
We had a great time meeting the members of the user group, as we tried to answer their probing and insightful questions.
The slide deck from the presentation and the source code for the example Windows Phone 7 and Windows Azure Platform application, is included at the following links:
WP7/Azure Platform Sample Application Sample Code:
This application builds on the Thumbnails Azure Platform application and the Camera WP7 sample application provided by Microsoft. The image captured by the WP7 Camera application is sent to a Storage Role on the Azure Platform, and displayed by the Web Role.
Windows Phone 7 Application Development Slide Deck:
Dave Heil presented the basics of WP7 application development and I followed up with a demonstration of the WP7/Azure Platform Sample (above) in ...
I guess that they should have specified, say, an I4 which is 2 core + hyperthreading.
PBScripts .. new with Compact 7.
RC3: Implements PBScript to invoke the wizard (Install option for Compact 7)