Notes on the 4th Mobile Dev Day

Notes on the 4th Mobile Dev Day

       Time: 13:30, December 19, 2009 Venue: Meeting Room for 50 people on the 2nd floor of Sigma Building, No. 49 Zhichun Road, Haidian District, Beijing

       Unlike the third Mobile Dev Day last year, this year I chose to hold the event in the Sigma Building of MSRA. This is probably the last gathering of Windows Mobile developers in Beijing in 2009. Invited by "Goat's Bear" Zhang Xin, I was fortunate to share with you a session on "Mobile Internet of Things" at the event this year. Carrying a big bag with the demonstration equipment, including EBox, keyboard and self-made board, I arrived at the venue and found that more than 40 people were present. Lao Ge's Session "New Features of Windows Mobile 6.5 Application" has started. It is said that Lao Ge is the chairman of the Microsoft Beijing .NET Club. He has been seen in countless activities. He is enthusiastic and generous. He introduced us to the new features of Windows Mobile 6.5, mainly focusing on the new UI and applications, including MyPhone, Bing for Windows Mobile, Windows Marketplace for Mobile, Live Mesh, and so on. During the period, Zhang Xin came over and told me that Mr. Ma Ning was temporarily busy and couldn't come to today's activities, so there was plenty of time. After Lao Ge's session ended, he rested for 10 minutes, drank some water, and started Zhang Xin's session "Get moving and show off! - Introduction to the New Features of Windows Mobile 6.5 Development". Zhang Xin's characteristic lies in his "goat beard", which is quite Garnetian. He mainly introduced the new feature of Gesture API in WM6.5, and analyzed the advantages of the new feature from the perspective of code, and compared it with the previous gesture implementation on the WM platform. Using simulators, including WM6.0, WM6.1 and WM6.5, demonstrations are given on various platforms. After Zhang Xin's Session is over, it's time for me to play. By the way, I didn't prepare enough this time, so I was a little nervous and I was not very satisfied with the performance. The content I talked about includes the basic concepts and technical foundations of the Internet of Things, the feasibility of the combination of the Internet of Things and mobile platforms, and the industry applications of the Mobile Internet of Things. I originally wanted to use Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R2 and Windows Mobile 6. I gave a demonstration on 0, but unfortunately it is cumbersome to build a platform on site. I neglected not to bring a patch panel, so I shared the video of the project I made with you. After the three sessions, Zhang Xin organized everyone to sit around and talk about mobile development. It was only then that I discovered that among the people who came were not only developers, but also engaged in different industries, including mobile phone manufacturers (Dopod), media (IT168, 51CTO), and operators (China Mobile). The last link is also the most exciting, and that is the lottery session. Zhang Dazhi, the author of "Programmer's Sheep Scroll", rushed over with his work to share his new book with the people present, as well as some books by Zhang Xin and Lao Ge. There are about 6 books in total. Congratulations to those who got the book. friend. After the meeting, everyone took a group photo together. I had a rare opportunity to take a group photo with Lao Ge and Zhang Xin. Lao Ge also gave me two concert tickets. They were in the Concert Hall of the National Library of China at 7:30 that night, so they set off.

Reference: https://cloud.tencent.com/developer/article/1017765 Notes on the 4th Mobile Dev Day-Cloud + Community-Tencent Cloud