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Windows Mobile @ TechEd Australia - the Hands on Labs

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Blogged date : 2008 Aug 26

we recently posted the list of sessions at TechEd 2008 Australia this year, and promised a follow-up with the Hands-on-Labs that will be available.

So to complete the "Windows Mobile guide to TechEd 2008", here is a list of the Windows Mobile focused Hands-on-Labs;

HOL ID Name Description
MBL01-HOL Building a Compelling Windows Mobile User Interface In this lab you will learn how to build great looking Windows Mobile applications using the rich user interface capabilities of the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 3.5.
MBL02-HOL Building Better Windows Mobile Applications: What's New in Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 3.5 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 This lab is intended for developers who are interested in working with the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 3.5 which provides new user interface features, improved communications capabilities through the Windows Communication Foundation and compression libraries, simplified platform identification, and of course LINQ.
MBL03-HOL Introduction to Building Line-of-Business (LOB) Applications on Windows Mobile In this self-paced lab you will learn how to reuse your existing Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft .NET Framework skills to develop a line-of-business (LOB) application for a Windows Mobile-based device by using the .NET Compact Framework 3.5, Windows Mobile 6 SDK and Microsoft SQL Server Compact 3.5.
MBL04-HOL Eternal Application: How to Build for the Future In this lab you will learn how to develop Windows Mobile applications that have the longevity to keep working well into the future and that also have the flexibility to capitalize on the opportunities that become available as new device designs evolve. You will also learn to utilize the connectivity features available from these devices.
MBL05-HOL Building an Application Using Windows Communications Foundation (WCF) and Store and Forward Transports in the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework In this lab you will learn how to use the WCF Store-and-Forward transport to overcome the issues of device reachability and identity to communicate between a mobile device and a desktop computer, and between multiple mobile devices.
MBL06-HOL Using and Understanding the Hopper Tool for Stability/MTTF Testing The Microsoft Hopper test utility is designed for just this purpose; Hopper tests the stability of your Windows Mobile application by putting the application under very heavy stress through random and rapid interaction with the application. In this lab you will learn how to use the features of the Hopper utility to improve the stability and long-term usability of your applications.
MBL07-HOL Building Real-World-Ready Windows Mobile Applications with the Microsoft Device Emulator 3.0 and the Device Emulator Manager Automation API Mobile applications must run within a far more dynamic environment than that faced by desktop applications. Assuring that your application remains stable and reliable within this dynamic environment requires that you include environmental changes in your application test plan. In this lab you will learn how to use the Device Emulator 3.0 and Device Emulator Manager Automation API to develop automated test scenarios that verify your application’s reliability under a wide variety of environmental conditions including power changes, abrupt loss of connectivity, phone calls, SMS messages, and much more.
MBL08-HOL Advanced Virtual Memory Management: Clever Solutions for Managing This Precious Resource on Windows Mobile Devices Physical and Virtual Memory is a very limited resource on Mobile devices. This lab will dive deep into how to identify and solve limited memory issues. Your application data is very important and running out of memory is not an option. This lab will teach you how to manage this precious resource to make your application a winner. Learn how to reduce your footprint, relocate allocations, and increase overall device stability. Also learn how to acquire, maintain, and clean up physical memory on the device for optimum application performance. Testing methods, tools, and tricks on how to identify common mistakes that lead to memory leaks will also be covered.
MBL09-HOL Capitalising on the Mobile Web with Microsoft Internet Explorer Mobile Although frequently thought of for its rich-client capabilities, Windows Mobile is also a powerful platform for Mobile Web applications. In this lab, learn how to use Microsoft Visual Studio and Internet Explorer Mobile to build highly responsive mobile applications. Much of the power of Internet Explorer comes through its rich support of the technologies that make up the Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) programming model, support that has been further enhanced with the release of Windows Mobile 6.
MBL11-HOL Improving the Performance of Your Application Using Diagnostic Tools in the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework This lab will walk you through improving the performance of a sample application. The focus of the lab is to demonstrate how to use performance diagnostics tools provided with Microsoft .NET Compact Framework version 3.5 to find bottlenecks, optimisation opportunities, and memory leaks. These tools include .NET Compact Framework Remote Performance Monitor and Heap Viewer and CLR Profiler. In the process, many managed code performance concepts will also be covered and you will be guided through fixing real issues.
MBL56-HOL Using Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager (Part 1 of 2) The focus of this lab is to utilize basic System Center Mobile Device Manager (SCMDM) RC device management functions such as enrolling a mobile device, creating device policies, and performing device wipes.
MBL52-HOL Using Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager (Part 2 of 2) The focus of this lab is to utilize basic System Center Mobile Device Manager (SCMDM) RC device management functions.
MBL53-HOL Integrating the New Mobility Features of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 with Windows Mobile SharePoint Server 2007 improves worker productivity and effectiveness through simplified collaboration and document sharing. Historically, these features were only available to users with a desktop or notebook computer. As the workforce becomes increasingly mobile, maintaining an effective workforce requires that users be able to collaborate from their mobile devices as well. In this lab you will learn how to set up a SharePoint site, make it available to mobile devices, and access that site from a Windows Mobile device.
MBL54-HOL Introduction to Building Line-Of-Business (LOB) Applications on Windows Mobile In this lab you will learn how to use your existing Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft .NET Framework skills to develop a line-of-business (LOB) application for a Windows Mobile-based device. You will begin with the basics of building, deploying, and debugging a Windows Mobile application using Visual Studio 2008. You will then be led through the steps of developing the application to effectively address LOB business needs on a mobile device including using SQL Server Compact 3.5 to provide persistent storage capabilities. Finally, you will enhance the application to monitor device resource usage to ensure that the application works effectively with available power and network connectivity.
MBL55-HOL Mobilising Microsoft Office Live Communications Server In this lab learn how to tap into the power of Windows Live Communications from your Windows Mobile 6 device. This lab provides you with hands-on experience setting up access to and working with Windows Live Communications from a Windows Mobile device.

That's a total of 15 labs, and along with the 13 breakout sessions means you can have a wall to wall Mobile experience at TechEd Australia 2008.

If you haven't registered yet, follow the link : http://www.microsoft.com.au/teched/ - you still have time.

DonK


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