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C# Won't Cut You - Dare to Touch MonoTouch & Interface Builder Design Topic

Interested in Objective-C, Java, or C#? Do you want to build apps for mobile? This topic is for you. Learn about how David Ortinau writes apps in C# and how Mono can help you deliver native code for iOS, Android and Windows Phone.

Jason Hanson kicks off with a design topic on using Xcode's Interface Builder to build views for iOS. David Ortinau follows with his topic on MonoTouch and will touch on how to integrate Xcode views with a MonoTouch project.

P.S. We are meeting in a new space for this meeting - the new Riot Games office in Clayton. Park in the 7777 garage, parking will be validated by Riot.

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  • David O.

    Hey all, here are the slides from the presentation. Thanks so much for coming and especially for the active discussion! https://speakerdeck.com/u/davidortinau/p/the-rise-of-xamarin-mobile-development-in-c-number

    August 25, 2012

  • Jonathan F.

    Excellent presentation! Although, due to time we had to rush through some portions. Hopefully the slides will be available online to review some of the recommended tools and resources.

    August 22, 2012

  • Jeff R.

    Unfortunately I missed part of Jason's Storyboard presentation. I did attend David's session and it was excellent. It has inspired me to take a closer look at MonoTouch for doing iOS development.

    August 22, 2012

  • David O.

    well, I'll rate the crowd. Everyone seemed very engaged. Lots of questions and interaction. Nobody fell asleep.

    August 22, 2012

  • Jeff R.

    There is a minor change in the directions provided earlier.

    Once you exit the elevator on the 10th Floor, do NOT proceed through the glass doors. Instead, enter through the open door in the rear of the elevator lobby, proceed through that and follow the signs.

    Sorry for the confusion.

    August 21, 2012

  • Jeff R.

    You may also park for free on the street in Clayton for free after 5:00 PM. If you park on the street, enter the lobby and take the elevators to the 10th Floor. If you park in the garage, note the level you are on and look for the doors to the elevators. The elevator doors are in the center area of each parking level.

    If you leave the meeting before 7:00 PM, you will have to have your parking validated. Those leaving after 7:00 do not need to validate parking as the gates are raised at 7:00 PM.

    Once you reach the 10th Floor, proceed through the glass doors and follow the signs to the meeting room.

    You'll know you're on the 10th floor when you exit the elevator and see all the cool artwork on the rear wall of the elevator lobby.

    Hope to see you there.

    August 21, 2012

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