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Cross Platform Development with Xamarin

Save the date! Our first CTTDNUG session of the 2014/2015 season will be focused on cross platform development with Xamarin. 

Session Abstract 

You don't have to know Objective-C or Java to create awesome mobile apps for iOS and Android!  After a quick briefing on what exactly Xamarin is and how it works, we'll diving right into building our very first Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android apps using Xamarin.Forms and C#.  Since we'll be using Xamarin.Forms, we will also end up with a working Windows Phone app too!  Bring your questions, and get ready to learn how easy you can get started in Mobile with Xamarin!

6pm - Doors open,  Pizza/pop served

6:30pm - Session start


Speaker Bio -  Jonathan Dick

A recent addition to the Xamarin team, this beer-driven developer of the great white north has been slinging C# for mobile since it was born. He’s a self proclaimed expert on Push Notifications, has published several Xamarin Components, and even helped write a book on Android C# programming.


Parking 

Free parking is available at the Country Hills Community Library.







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