Now that you've released your app out to the world, do you know how it's performing in the hands of real users? How long are they waiting for screens to load, or are they using that new feature you're so excited about? If you can't answer questions like these, you're effectively flying blind.
There's a lot of guidance for monitoring on the web, but what about mobile apps? In this session we'll look at the kinds of things you should be paying attention to, and then take an existing app and walk through adding various forms of instrumentation to it.
The .NET Micro Framework is an open source platform that enables you to write applications on resource constrained devices that run on a microcontroller with just a few hundred kilobytes of RAM and storage. Developers can use Visual Studio, C#, and .NET knowledge to write embedded applications without having to worry about the intricacies of each microcontroller running on their embedded device. The .NET Micro Framework is open-sourced by Microsoft Open Technologies. This video provides an introduction to the .NET Micro Framework.