Xamarin! Build native iOS and Android apps with .NET.  - Ed Snider (MVP)

Date
Tue, 24 Jan 2017, 18:30 - 20:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
1900 Gallows Road , Vienna, US
Cost
Free

Xamarin makes it possible for .NET developers to build native mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windows with C# (and F#)! In this talk Xamarin MVP Ed Snider will show how you can leverage your .NET skills and tools (like Visual Studio) to tap into the wonderful world of native mobile development. Learn how Xamarin works, how to use it, and how it can be combined with common patterns and practices to share code across multiple platforms. We will also look at the Xamarin.Forms framework which allows you to build native mobile apps with shared UI code using C# and XAML. Bio: Ed Snider is a senior software engineer, speaker, author, and Xamarin MVP based in the Washington DC/Northern Virginia area. He has a passion for mobile design and development and regularly speaks about Xamarin and Windows app development at local user groups and community events. Ed is also the founder and organizer of the DC area Mobile .NET Developers Group (@dcmobiledev).  Ed works at InfernoRed Technology where his primary role is working with clients and partners to build awesome software solutions on the iOS, Android and Windows platforms.  For the past several years he has been focused on building Windows apps and iOS and Android apps using Xamarin. Ed blogs at www.edsnider.net, can be found on Twitter at www.twitter.com/edsnider and his recently published book, Mastering Xamarin.Forms, is available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/1785287192.

Event venue: AT&T Building

Hosted by: Capital Area .NET Users Group

Event URL: https://www.meetup.com/CapArea-Net/events/235929868/

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