It’s a matter of (mobile) perspective

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You can either :

  1. Write applications using .NET on a mobile device; or
  2. Write mobile applications that happens to use .NET.

If you do the first one and the application is even moderately complex don’t expect any kind of useful performance. The almost limitless processing power on today’s desktops and servers is very much absent from the smaller form factor devices. You have to change the way that you think to be successful.

3 thoughts on “It’s a matter of (mobile) perspective

  1. Sounds like you blogged this mid-thought stream.

    Useful statistic: the mobile device on my desk has a CPU speed of 500 Mhz.

    Use your power wisely.

  2. I think camera at the back is good too.. think of field service filagra100.com agents/technicians, ipad can easily replace the devices that they have to use but not comfortable with.. they can use cameras at the back to take pictures of device or site they inspect.

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