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Building Resilient Xamarin Apps

Most applications require a backend service to do complex processing.  In this session we will see how to build resilient communication with an backend service in the mobile world where we are not always connected to our service.  We will focus on techniques like request prioritization, caching and more.  By the end of the of the talk you will be familiar with several techniques to ensure your app performs well in all situations and learn about a few C# libraries that enable resiliency in your applications.


Speaker: James Sturtevant

James is a Tech Evangelist for Microsoft where he works with Startups, Students and Developers.  Prior to Microsoft he worked in the web development space for 10+ years  working with startups and enterprises to improve the way they do business through technology. Recently he has been taking an interest in mobile development as a way to deliver unique experiences.  When he isn’t practicing his software craft James can be found running through the woods, growing hops, or hiking with his daughter.


Pizza will be provided courtesy of Xamarin 

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