Mobile applications developer, trainer, author
Wei-Meng Lee (Microsoft MVP) http://weimenglee.blogspot.com is a technologist and founder of Developer Learning Solutions http://www.learn2develop.net, a technology company specializing in hands-on training on the latest Microsoft technologies. He is an established developer and trainer specializing in .NET and wireless technologies.
Wei-Meng speaks regularly at international conferences and has authored and co-authored numerous books on .NET, XML and wireless technologies. He writes extensively for the O'Reilly Network on topics ranging from .NET to Mac OS X. He is also the author of Windows XP Unwired and .NET Compact Framework Pocket Guide, both from O'Reilly Media, Inc.
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March 05 2014I am pleased to announce that the next run of the Raspberry Pi course is on 9 April 2014.Based on feedbacks from the previous runs of the course, we have put in more focus on hardware-related projects, such as: * How to build your own CCTV surveillance using a Webcam … read more
March 05 2014The next run of the HTML5 programming course is on 20 March 2014.HTML 5 is the new standard for the venerable HTML specification, a standard for displaying Web content. HTML has come a long way, going through a number of revisions - with the last version - 4.01, recommended by… read more
March 03 2014Very often, your application will continue to work in the background. When an event occurred (such as entering an iBeacon region), you might need to inform the user about it. If the application is in the foreground, you can use the Toast class to display a message. If the application… read more
February 25 2014Come and join us on the 5-6 March 2013 where you will be able to learn how to get started in writing your first Android 4.4 applications. You will learn how to create interesting Android apps that:* Connect to Web services* Launch other apps* Obtain user's location * Display Google Maps*… read more
February 25 2014For the Pebble course, on the 10-11 March 2014, you are recommended to bring along a Mac if you have one. If you don't have a Mac, you can bring along a Windows machine loaded with VirtualBox. This is because the SDK for the Pebble is Unix-based, and hence a… read more
February 19 2014I presented a session on Bluetooth Low Energy and iBeacons programming in Riga, Latvia on the 12 Feb 2014. If you did not make it for the event, here is the slide deck that I used for my presentation. read more
February 04 2014I am super excited to see my latest article published on MobiForge. Here is the abstract:"In iOS, except for some special cases, an application is not allowed to run in the background. While certainly a serious restriction for some types of application, this feature is designed to conserve battery power.… read more
January 30 2014I am super excited to announce the details of the first Pebble Programming course held in Singapore. Here is the synopsis of the course and the dates:Pebble Watch included in course fee!In this 2-day workshop, you will learn the fundamentals of programming the Pebble watch. You will learn the difference… read more
January 21 2014The Foundation of iPhone Programming course next week (27-28 Jan 2014) is confirmed! Learn how to write iPhone apps using Objective-C. You will also learn how to use Storyboard to build compelling UI for your iOS apps.For quick registrations, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will take care of the rest! read more
January 20 2014Interested to publish your own eBooks? In this 1-day course (MAC101), you will learn how to create your own iBooks using the new iBooks Author. You will learn how to quickly create interactive iBooks and preview them on your iPad. You will also learn how to publish your iBooks on… read more
January 20 2014I am pleased to announce that the next run of the Raspberry Pi course is on 28 Feb 2014.Based on feedbacks from the previous runs of the course, we have put in more focus on hardware-related projects, such as: * How to build your own CCTV surveillance using a… read more
January 15 2014Confused with so many different courses? Not sure where to start from? We have compiled a series of training roadmaps for people who want to venture into the different areas. Have fun and feel free to share with your friends and colleagues!Questions? Email us at email@example.com. read more
January 10 2014HTML 5 is the new standard for the venerable HTML specification, a standard for displaying Web content. HTML has come a long way, going through a number of revisions - with the last version - 4.01, recommended by the W3C in 1999. The design goal of HTML 5 is to… read more
January 03 2014For those of you who are into Bluetooth Low Energy programming, there are two courses coming up this month:* 22 Jan 2014 - AND303 – Advanced Android – Bluetooth Low Energy Programming* 29 Jan 2014 - IOS301 – Advanced iOS – Programming iBeacon in iOS 7 using Bluetooth Low EnergyBoth courses will focus on… read more
December 19 2013I am happy to announce that the MOB101 - Xamarin Course on 8-10 Jan 2014 is now confirmed!Using the Xamarin Studio, you can now create compelling Android and iOS (iPhone and iPad) apps using C#. Best of all, you can share your application logic between the two platforms. And when… read more
December 19 2013The Pebble appstore is coming to a smartphone near you! Arriving in early 2014, you can now download your favourite Pebble apps through the Pebble appstore. Now is the time to crank up your development engines and write apps for the Pebble. Join our inaugural Pebble programming course on the follow… read more
December 19 2013I am happy to announce that the Android Bluetooth Low Energy Programming course on 26 Dec 2013. You will get a unit of the Ti SensorTag, which allows you to write an Android app to read the various sensors embedded within it. For more details, check out the course outline… read more
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