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Four Platforms. One Codebase. Xamarin.

You want to write mobile apps, but you don’t want to write the same code four times over. You want cross-platform apps, but you don’t want to sacrifice the native speed and power. You want to create native iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Windows 8 apps, and you want it all while maximizing code reuse and harnessing the power and simplicity of C#. You want four native platforms, but you want one codebase.Of course you do. You want Xamarin.

About Rob Gibbens

Rob Gibbens (@RobGibbens) is a community advocate, a Spartan, a web developer, cofounder of Detroit Mobile .Net User Group, and owner of Artek Software. When he is not creating web applications for the man or cheering for the Green and White, he is hacking is own world, spawning a passion for mobile app development to hack his devices, creation of TekConf.com to hack his community, and a never-ending drive to level up.

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