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James Montemagno is a Xamarin Evangelist, technology geek, and lover of all things mobile. This is a great wrap up of what’s new in Xamarin. James’ Blog James’ Twitter MyDriving Azure IoT App Xamarin Evolve Apps
John Papa, expert in all things Angular, joins me in discussing Angular 2 ES5, ES2015, TypeScript Angular 2 on GitHub
If you are like me, when you start a podcast, you rarely go back to find old ones, which may be out of date. However, some of Yet Another Podcast is worth a listen even now. Here are some of the … Continue reading
I’m extremely pleased to have Jon back on Yet Another Podcast, this time with a comprehensive review of //build/. Jon on Channel 9 Twitter Stack Overflow Build on GitHub
A special podcast with Greg Shackles, discussing and speculating on the implications of the acquisition of Xamarin by Microsoft and instrumenting your Xamarin Applications. Raygun Runscope DataDog Insights VSTS Greg’s blog Greg on Twitter
Take just 45 minutes to learn how to create custom controls in Xamarin.Forms Very excited to post this to my series of Pluralsight courses on Xamarin.
This week, Krystin Stutesman of Xamarin talks about iOS 9. Xamarin Forms and iOS 9 Getting Started With iOS 9 Listen | Yet Another Podcast
In the previous two posts in this series, I demonstrated how to create a simple to-do list using Xamarin.Forms. In this and the next post, I’ll show how to create pretty much the same program for iOS using Xamarin native code. … Continue reading
[Originally posted Oct. 12, 2009] Spent the early hours of this morning reading a great blog post by Jeff Atwoodwhich makes reference to a Elizer S. Yudkowsky’s Intuitive Explanationof Bayesian Probability. The timing was good as I had just finished the … Continue reading
In this and a number of following posts, I’ll build the same program three times: once in Xamarin.Forms, once in iOS and once in Android. This is directly based on my Pluralsight course, Beginning Mobile Development with Xamarin To … Continue reading
Last week we decided to start with test-first development using XUnit. To get underway, let’s create a new Xamarin.Forms application called BlogProjectTracker. Once the projects are created we’ll return to the solution and add a new .NET project of type Portable Library … Continue reading
I started programming in 1971, but didn’t much like it and didn’t start professional programming until 1985. I’d be very interested in when you started, and what languages you used since then (languages you used to write something meaningful) Here is … Continue reading