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Cross-Platform Mobile Development In C#

27 November 2013 One Comment

What do you need to know to build native mobile apps using C#? Phone and tablet operating systems and programming models differ from web and desktop development. There are many options available for mobile events, threading, and services, but what are the best ones when coding in C#? Featuring the Xamarin product suite, this talk covers the fundamentals of native mobile development in iOS and Android, including:

  • UI
  • Event life Cycles
  • Multi-Threading
  • Web Services
  • Patterns

Cross platform mobile development in c# from danhermes

 

Boston Mobile C# Developers’ Group
Thursday, December 5, 2013
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Microsoft
One Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA 

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About the Presenter
Dan Hermes is a sought-after speaker, advisor, and .NET architect to dozens of software-building organizations, including Fidelity Investments, EDS, Blue Cross Blue Shield, TJX, and Computerworld Magazine. Mr. Hermes has over twenty-five years experience as a software management consultant, .NET architect and developer. He has taught software architecture and development at Northeastern University, Microsoft User Groups, and Microsoft Certification. A thought leader and innovator in several fields, Mr. Hermes is also active in the arts: His music compositions have aired on NPR. He has taught his music curriculum at Boston Conservatory. His audiovisual artwork has exhibited internationally. Cited on Forbes and Reuters, Mr. Hermes has written articles published by Media-N and MIT Press. Mr. Hermes is certified by the National Speakers Association New England (NSANE), and has served on the board of the Institute of Management Consultants New England Chapter. Author of forthcoming books Agile Development in .NET, Softwareball, and How To Interact with People, he is founder and principal of his consulting firm, Lexicon Systems.

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