Please join us for our November 2013 monthly meeting of the Rochester MN .NET Developers and Friends user group.
Mobile Development is THE category of software development having the largest growth rates, Xamarin is the acclaimed platform/tool that most consider to be the most powerful multi-platform approach making little compromises in terms of performance and device feature while allowing a maximum of code reuse and productivity.
We will have Joe Koletar making his way all the way from the Twin Cities to speak at our user group.
Please come in scores and spread the word!
With so many mobile devices and platforms on the market, developing a robust application for multiple mobile platforms is a common challenge.
Xamarin’s tools allow you to develop applications for iOS, Android, and Windows using C# while providing native performance and the ability to access the full native APIs. This supports the rich user experience that customers are demanding.
We’ll look at the options for cross platform mobile development and take a more in depth look at Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android. We’ll also discuss techniques to maximize code reuse when developing for multiple platforms.
Joe is the Mobile Solution Lead for RBA's Application Development practice. He has over 25 years of information technology experience as an Architect, Development Manager and Software Engineer. He has successfully led several large projects from conception to completion. In his current role, Joe is involved in the latest mobile technology and is responsible for RBA's mobile development strategy.
As always, this is a completely free, community driven event.
Registering by buying a free ticket is not required, but appreciated so we can get an approximate headcount.
Even if you cannot register for a 'ticket' (e.g. because it is too late to do so), please join us anyways.
Please consider joining our LinkedIn Group to talk about future events: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2872197
Hope to see you there!
Housekeeping: Non-Mayo employees please arrive before 5 pm because the doors will be locked afterwards. While we will try to check for stragglers, there are no guarantees that you will make it into the building afterwards.
The talks are typically 1 hour - 1.5 hours long, but we keep the end time open to be able to interact or go for a social beer afterwards.
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Rochester MN .NET Developers and Friends
Rochester MN .NET Developers and Friends is the ineta.org usergroup in Rochester, MN / southeast Minnesota.