Resources for Learning About Mobile Wireless Internet
Posted Monday, December 6, 2004
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Are you still wondering how you can take the first step to get started in making your site wireless ? Do you wish keep updated with latest development in wireless industry ? In this article, I will make several recommendations that will help you to get going immediately.
Here are few more sites that you can visit for information on wireless:
* SavvyWireless.com (http://www.savvywireless.com)
* MobileWAP.com (http://www.mobilewap.com)
* DotWAP (http://www.dotwap.com)
You could try to join the following discussion groups if you need help and have your questions answered while you are building your wireless site.
·eMobiNet! Community (http://www.emobinet.com/emobinet/e-subscribe.htm)
·WAP Group (http://www.egroups.com/group/wap)
To keep yourself updated with latest development in wireless industry, go subscribe the following daily newsletters which email you the daily wireless news updates:
* wow-com.com (http://www.wow-com.com)
* AnyWhereYouGo (http://www.anywhereyougo.com)
* ViaFone.com (http://www.viafone.com)
* MobileInfo.com (http://www.mobileinfo.com )
And if you want to invest in or send your staffs to wireless training, try these sites for additional information:
* Institute for Wireless Education (http://www.iwe.org)
* Basser Associates (http://www.bessercourse.com
Of course, you can purchase several related books and learn the essential skills to develop your wireless sites on your own. Here are my favorite books:
* "Designing wireless information service" by John Hjelm
* "A Manager Guide to Wireless Telecommunications" by Ron Schneiderman
* " The Comphrensive Guide to Wireless Resources " by Lawrence Harte
* " Programming with Wireless Application Protocol:-Complete Developer Guide " by Sandeep Singhal
If you wish to know more about wireless and other related matters, you can check out at eMobiNet! (http://www.emobinet.com) for additional resources. New links are added on a continual basis.
About the Author
Richard Hsu is the president and founder of eMobiNet!. eMobiNet! (http://www.emobinet.com) is an one-stop mobile link service for wireless Internet users, wireless telecom developers and business. Richard can be reached at email@example.com.