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Embedded Systems December 2000 Vol13_13

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THE INTELLIGENCE YOU NEED TO BUILD BETTER EMBEDDED SYSTEMS FASTER! FEBRUARY 6-8, 2001 MANDALAY BAY RESORT & CASINO, LAS VEGAS The next generation of Windows embedded solutions is here! Come learn how to leverage Microsoft's family of adaptable, scalable embedded platforms to enable you to quickly develop your 32-bit connected Windows powered solutions. This is the only event that will update you on all the latest developments in today's supercharged connected device industry. We'll deliver hard- core technical information for developers with both beginner and advanced tracks. ATTEND KEYNOTES, EXHIBITS AND BREAKOUT SESSIONS LIKE THESE: Track 1: Introduction to Microsoft Windows Embedded Courses include architectural overviews of Windows® CE and Windows NT® Embedded, a Tools roadmap and integration of Windows Embedded technology within verticals such as Manufacturing, Telecommunications and Retail/Point-of-sale. Track 2: Building and Debugging Devices Get focused technical content on designing and debugging connected devices and appliances that support rich applications and services. Sessions include debugging for hardware and host targets, device creation scenarios and device driver courses. Track 3: .NET Scenarios - Next Generation Applications and Services Sessions include technical overviews of developing using embedded Visual C++® and embedded Visual Basic®, XML and SOAP, Visual C#,M development and URT. Track 4: Microsoft Targeted Product Scenarios Includes product solution scenarios covering both hardware and application development presented by Microsoft's Targeted Product teams such as Pocket Pc, Windows Based Terminals and Windows CE for Automotive. Track 5: Hands-on Labs Master the way you work with the Windows Embedded Family of Products in hands-on training sessions in both Windows CE using Platform Builder and Windows NT Embedded using Target Designer as well as creating applications for using eMbedded Visual Tools. www.WindowsEmbeddedOevCon.com to embedded systems solutions Your::: devcon Microsoft, Windows, Windows CE, Windows NT Embedded, Visual (# and the Windows togo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/ or other countries.

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