Overview of Windows CE .NET

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Module 1, “Overview of Windows CE .NET” introduces the design goals and core operating system architecture of Windows CE .NET. The module also covers the new features of Windows CE .NET and explains architectures, such as networking, security, and multimedia. After completing this module, you will able to describe the core operating system architecture of Window CE .NET.

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  1. Introduction Contents Introduction 1 Course Materials 2 Prerequisites 3 Course Outline 4 Setup 5 Microsoft Certified Professional Program 6 Facilities 8
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  3. Introduction 1 Contents Module 1: Overview of Windows CE .NET Overview..................................................................................................................1 Overview of Windows CE .NET .............................................................................2 Core Operating System Architecture .....................................................................18 Advanced Features of Windows CE .NET ............................................................34 Networking and Communications .........................................................................35 Real-Time Communication....................................................................................46 Multimedia Support and Architecture....................................................................51 Security Features and Architecture ........................................................................56 Internationalization ................................................................................................64 Internationalization (continued).............................................................................66 Internationalization (continued).............................................................................68 Review ...................................................................................................................71 Module 2: Overview of System Development Overview..................................................................................................................1 Selecting a Windows Embedded Operating System................................................2 Selecting a Windows Embedded Operating System (continued).............................3 The Windows CE Platform Development Cycle .....................................................4 The Application Development Options .................................................................13 Review ...................................................................................................................26 Module 3: Configuring and Building with Platform Builder Overview..................................................................................................................4 Introduction to Platform Builder..............................................................................5 Platform Development Cycle...................................................................................7 Configuring the Platform .........................................................................................9 Building the Platform Image..................................................................................18 Downloading the Image .........................................................................................25 Demonstration: Configuring, Building and Downloading.....................................32 Review ...................................................................................................................33 Module 4: Overview of the Windows CE .NET Debugging Process Overview..................................................................................................................4 Overview of the Debug Process...............................................................................5 Release Builds and Debug Builds............................................................................6 Introduction to the Kernel Debugger .....................................................................11 Kernel Debugger Windows....................................................................................14 Demonstration: Kernel Debugger Windows..........................................................22 Understanding Windows CE Remote Tools ..........................................................23 Other Debugging Techniques ................................................................................31 Other Debugging Techniques (continued).............................................................33 Review ...................................................................................................................35
  4. 2 Introduction Introduction Name Company affiliation Title/function Job responsibility Programming experience Previous Windows CE experience Expectations for the course
  5. Introduction 3 Course Materials Name card Student workbook Lab manual Student materials compact disc Course evaluation The following materials are included with your kit: Name card. Write your name on both sides of the name card. Student workbook. The student workbook contains the material covered in class, in addition to the hands-on lab exercises. Student Materials compact disc. The Student Materials compact disc contains the Web page that provides you with links to resources pertaining to this course, including additional readings, review and lab answers, lab files, multimedia presentations, and course-related Web sites. Note To open the Web page, insert the Student Materials compact disc into the CD-ROM drive, and then in the root directory of the compact disc, double-click Autorun.exe or Default.htm. Course evaluation. To provide feedback on the instructor, course, and software product, send e-mail to mstrain@microsoft.com. Be sure to type Course Introduction to Microsoft Windows CE .NET in the subject line. Your comments will help us improve future courses. To provide additional comments or inquire about the Microsoft Certified Professional program, send e-mail to mcp@msprograms.com.
  6. 4 Introduction Prerequisites Required: None Helpful: Programming experience in C/C++ Familiarity with the operation of hardware Win32 API programming experience Device driver development experience This course requires that you meet no compulsory prerequisites, but the following will be helpful: Programming experience in C/C++ Familiarity with the operation of hardware Experience in Win32 API programming Device driver development experience
  7. Introduction 5 Course Outline Module 1: Overview of Windows CE .NET Module 2: Overview of System Development Module 3: Configuring and Building with Platform Builder Module 4: Overview of the Windows CE .NET Debugging Process Module 1, “Overview of Windows CE .NET” introduces the design goals and core operating system architecture of Windows CE .NET. The module also covers the new features of Windows CE .NET and explains architectures, such as networking, security, and multimedia. After completing this module, you will able to describe the core operating system architecture of Window CE .NET. Module 2, “Overview of System Development”, provides an overview of the system development process for a Windows CE .NET project. It covers the decision making process of identifying which operating system, Window CE .NET or Windows XP Embedded, should be used in a given situation. It also describes the Windows CE platform development cycle. After completing this module, you will able to explain the application platform development cycle of Windows CE .NET. Module 3, "Configuring and Building with Platform Builder" introduces Microsoft Windows CE .NET Platform Builder. It covers in details the stages of the platform development cycle. After completing this module, you will be able to configure a platform, build and download an image. Module 4, "Overview of the Windows CE .NET Debugging Process" discusses the Windows CE debugging process. It covers information about the different tools and techniques offered by Windows CE .NET to make debugging simple and easy.
  8. 6 Introduction Setup Development Workstation Windows CE Device Cables and Connectors Lab Book In this section, the instructor explains how the classroom is set up.
  9. Introduction 7 Microsoft Certified Professional Program http://www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/ The Microsoft Certified Professional program includes the following certifications: Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA) Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) Microsoft Certified Professional + Site Building (MCP + Site Building) Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) For More Information See the Microsoft Training and Certification Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/ You can also send e-mail to mcp@msprograms.com if you have specific certification questions.
  10. 8 Introduction Preparing for an MCP Exam MSDN® Training curriculum helps you prepare for Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) exams. However, no one-to-one correlation exists between MSDN Training courses and MCP exams. Microsoft does not expect or intend for MSDN Training to be the sole preparation tool for passing an MCP exam. Practical product knowledge and experience is also necessary to pass an MCP exam. To help prepare for the MCP exams, you can use the preparation guides that are available for each exam. Each Exam Preparation Guide contains exam-specific information, such as a list of the topics on which you will be tested. These guides are available on the Microsoft Certified Professional Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/
  11. Introduction 9 Facilities Class hours Building hours Phones Parking Messages Restrooms Smoking Meals Recycling
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