RADNUG June Meeting - Intro to Mobile development for a C# Developer

Date
Tue, 18 Jun 2013, 18:30 - 20:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
11905 Bowman Drive Suite 501 , Fredericksburg, US
Cost
Free

We are pleased to announce that Van Van Lowe will be our presenter for the June RADNUG meeting. Van will be speaking to us about developing for mobile using Lightswitch in a presentation entitled "Intro to Mobile development for a C# Developer".

This session is an intro for C# developers wanting to start developing on the mobile platform. We will do a survey of various technologies for mobile development. We discuss the tools needed to build line of business apps for the three major IOS, Android and Windows 8.

About Van: Van, a Senior Web Developer for Innervisions Software, Inc. since 1996, started programming Mainframes using COBOL, JCL for a fortune 100 company. Van has been a line of business application developer for over 30 years. In 2003 Van started developing application professionally with .Net specializing ASP.Net.

Van is currently the leader of the Cap Area .Net Client/Dev (formerly Silverlight) Special Interest Group.

He spends his spare time creating Lightswitch applications for Prince William Special Olympics. He has recently deployed a couple of Lightswitch applications.

Van has a BA in Mathematics from Lehman College in New York City and a MS in Computer Science from George Washington University. Van holds MCP certifications in Visual Basic, Access, ASP.Net and SQL Server.

RADNUG meets at the offices of SimVentions. Thanks to the fine folks at SimVentions for hosting our meetings!

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