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It has become very wide industry which requires seperate attention and work. It is not like learning C# or C++, you need to know lots of things related to platforms, kernels, communication tools and so on.

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I believe niek_e was suggesting you show us where the demand for a new forum is. If we added a specialized forum at the whim of every noob with a new hobby, Daniweb would become so diluted as to be useless.

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At least i am handling a big mobile application now and i dont have any place to post my questions in daniweb. i read .net compact framework pdf and some related stuff, it is a huge topic that needs attention.

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At least i am handling a big mobile application now and i dont have any place to post my questions in daniweb.

I disagree. You're programming it in some sort of program language right? Just post your questions in the forum where your language of choice is being discussed.

In the C/C++ forums (they even used to be combined in the past!) for example Microcontrollers get discussed, but also vision, win32, wxWidgets, threads, database access etc etc.
My point is: You don't want to split up the forums too much. Newbies will get disorientated very easily and with too many forums, they'll have no clue where to post their questions.

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I disagree. You're programming it in some sort of program language right? Just post your questions in the forum where your language of choice is being discussed.

In the C/C++ forums (they even used to be combined in the past!) for example Microcontrollers get discussed, but also vision, win32, wxWidgets, threads, database access etc etc.
My point is: You don't want to split up the forums too much. Newbies will get disorientated very easily and with too many forums, they'll have no clue where to post their questions.

I agree :)

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