Oh well, I am referring to my programming itch. It has been a while (easily 7 years) since I last do a proper coding, not to mention a utility program written for practical use.
The last time I developed a windows-based utility program was 11 years ago. That was when I developed an ‘NT3D32’ program to be installed on a then NT-3.5 environment machine, to create a 3D window user interface for all the system and user applications. Obviously, the software becomes redundant when Microsoft came out with its Windows ME and Windows 2000. But it has been a pretty significant achievement on my part, especially you consider that there’s lack of such capability back then. edit: I did a google, and surprisingly the utility program is still available somewhere in the cyberspace. Wonders of Internet!
Now, 11 years later, I am starting small with a Windows mobile 5.0 utility program. It’s an utility program that basically by-pass the messaging security enforcing policy set by Activesync exchange server, and this thread basically says it all. http://mobilitytoday.com/forum/showthread.php?t=13030
Some screenshots of the simple utility tool
The program can be downloaded from my blog
it’s also being discussed in this forum