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Old 10-31-2003, 08:00 PM
Robert Levy
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Default .NET Compact Framework 2.0

There are still a few topics from PDC left on our list of things to write about and I'll get to those after catching up on sleep. In the mean time, Neil Cowburn has taken one item off our to-do list by posting a great summary of the new features being planned for version 2 of the .NET Compact Framework. There is some awesome stuff in the works so I highly recommend that all developers read it over carefully and start thinking about what they can do with it. For example, one of the first ideas that popped into my head is that the native "Runtime Hosting" feature could be used to develop powerful Home screen plugins with .NET. 8)

Neil also points out that the PowerPoint slides for all of the PDC sessions are now available for free download from Microsoft.
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