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Windows Mobile Based Barcode Scanners Programming Training

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I am looking for a training class in programming Windows Mobile based barcode scanners. We have Motorola and Symbol scanners and the guy we used to have who programmed them no longer works here. Instead of hiring someone new, we are going to train me to maintain and program them. I've not had much success in finding the type of training we're looking for. Do any of you have any ideas about where I could look for this type of training? I have some C#.net experience, but not geared towards mobile devices. Knowing how crazy this place is as a general rule, we are looking for an offsite training class.

Thanks in advance for any advice or direction you can offer.
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Several years ago we were in a similar situation, needing to understand how to write programs for the Symbol/Motorola scanners, and not wanting to endlessly pore through books.  We connected with American Barcode in Phoenix, at 800-281-3056, www.abrfid.com.  I flew out there and spent two days with them, one on one, and I learned an exceptional amount of practical, useful information by working with people who do the same thing every day.

My initial contact was one of the managers named "Mark", but I can't remember his last name.  But the person I actually worked with was Pam Davies.  I recently went by to see Pam while I was in Phoenix, and she assured me that they still offer the same services now.  They are also big into Symbol/Motorola products, so I think they could help you with everything you need.

Let me know if you further info!
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Stupendous!!! I've just talked to them and they will get back with me tomorrow on training opportunities.

Thank you so much!
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Absolutely perfect!
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