On December 13th, 2011, at 9:00 AM (PST), Doug Boling will deliver a webcast to talk about porting Windows Embedded CE 6.0 (CE 6.0) Board Support Package (BSP) to Windows Embedded Compact 7 (Compact 7).

If you have been around the Windows Embedded arena for a while, it’s likely that you already know of Doug Boling.  If not, you should and make an effort to get to know Doug, and the Windows Embedded resources from Doug.  Chances are, you can gain some new knowledge, figure out a new method to do things that you are not currently aware of and may help resolve some of the nagging problem you experience.

Doug is a well respected guru in the Windows Embedded field, wrote many useful Windows Embedded application notes and authored the “Programming Windows Embedded CE 6.0 Developer Reference” book, published by Microsoft Press.

Comparing to CE 6.0, Compact 7 has a myriad of new features – from multiprocessor support to more RAM to an enhanced Silverlight for Windows Embedded.  In this webcast Doug will show you how to enable these features on your hardware by porting your existing CE 6.0 BSP to Compact 7, support more physical system memory, multiple cores and how to migrate the BSP to Compact 7 with minimal changes.

In this webcast, Doug will cover the following topics:

  • Basic BSP porting
  • Changes to the Platform Builder build system
  • Changes to the kernel memory map
  • MultiCore support
  • Impacts to driver and application

Visit the following URL to register and join this webcast: