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.
Apps should be tested before submission. Every app is unique, so a unique test plan should be created to test the components of each app. When creating the test plan, a few factors should be taken into account: app modules; how those modules interact within the app and in which order they are initialized; and which modules are required for the app to run. Based on this info, the modules should be tested. In this session, Mickey talks about how, through testing, you can ensure the highest quality for your app.
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Windows 10 introduces support for USB Dual Role and Type-C, which will enable new wired connectivity scenarios such a phone interacting with USB peripherals, or laptops connecting to an external display using the USB Type-C connector. This session will go into detail on how Windows supports these technologies and what you need to do to enable them. Topics include: Overview of the new use cases introduced with USB Dual Role and Type-C, What scenarios are and aren’t supported for Dual Role devices, Using Alternate Modes (e.g. DisplayPort, Thunderbolt, or MHL) over Type-C, Support for Power Delivery, enabling devices to provide/consume up to 100W over USB, Hardware and software architecture changes for Dual Role and Type-C, and Building a Windows system with Dual Role and/or Type-C support. Intended Audience: OEMs, ODMs, IDHs, IHVs, Peripheral Manufacturers, Driver Developers.