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November 2012 Meeting – Using .Net to develop Multi-Platform Mobile Apps

Speaker: Claudio Sanchez

Topic: ONE FRAMEWORK TO RULE THEM ALL: Using .Net to develop Multi-Platform Mobile Apps

HOST: Cynergy Systems

Date: TUESDAY, November 20th, networking begins at 6:30

In this session we’re going to examine how to create cross-platform mobile applications using C# for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 7. We’ll look at the architecture necessary to support code sharing and reuse, as well as best practices for minimizing fragmentation across the various platforms. We’ll also examine how to handle platform divergence and take advantage of varying device capabilities.

• Best practices on multi-platform development
• How to share the same codebase across platforms
• Use the language and tools you are already familiar with

Bio :
Claudio is a Software Architect, with a particular interest in maximizing the amount of work not done, by employing best software design practices. He has been working with the .NET Framework since version 1.0, and is currently involved in several open source Health Care IT initiatives. Technologies he works with on a daily basis include: C#, MVVM, Silverlight, WCF, Windows Identity Foundation and SOA

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  • Michael

    Thought Claudio did a good job explaining the benefits, and how mono touch relates to the various os, ide, and deployment devices.

    November 21, 2012

    • Tom M.

      I agree. It is a big topic too. For people who are actually going to get into it, there are some very peculiar limitations on iOS that are listed here: http://docs.xamarin.c...­

      November 21, 2012

  • Tom M.

    FYI: if anyone's coming into baltimore early, I'm planning on hitting the Heavy Seas Ale House before the meeting.. it's short walking distance away.

    1 · November 20, 2012

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