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Author Archives: Jesse Liberty
This week we’ll save the Tasks in memory, in coming weeks we’ll review databinding and we’ll review the tasks in a bound list. NB: We’re moving very quickly through the preliminaries, so please do use the comments to ask questions … Continue reading
Zero hype. Free means free. Sign up for FalafelCon (Monterey, September 14-17) and you not only get full admission to all of FalafelCon and all of TechIntersection, but under this special deal you get the IOT workshop by Doug Seven ( all … Continue reading
This week, Greg Shackles: mobile expert and Xamarin MVP; host of Gone Mobile Podcast. NYC Mobile .NET Developers Gone Mobile Olo Xamarin Evolve 2014: Using Continuous Integration with Xamarin Apps MvvmCross fastlane xUnit Listen | Yet Another Podcast
In this, week 3 of 52 Weeks of Xamarin, we’re going to pick up where we left off last week, and add event handling to our buttons There is much to do to make this a working program, and starting … Continue reading
This week we have J Tower, Telerik Expert, Community Organizer, Itinerant Consultant J’s web site Community Organizing 48 State Project Listen | Yet Another Podcast
This is the second week of 52 weeks of Xamarin. To make this all more interesting and practical, we’ll start on building a quasi-real-world application; the iconic To Do List. The application shown in this and future columns is … Continue reading
I’m very proud to announce my latest Pluralsight course: Xamarin.Forms and Data. Thanks!
This launches 52 Weeks of Xamarin, an opinionated series in which I will post (at least) one instructional blog post on Xamarin a week. In this series I’ll be talking about Xamarin.Forms as well as “Xamarin-native” iOS and Android. We will follow … Continue reading
James Montemagno is a Developer Evangelist at Xamarin and Microsoft MVP. He has been a .NET developer for over a decade working in a wide range of industries including game development, printer software, and web services. Previously, James was a professional mobile developer and has now been crafting apps using the Xamarin Platform for over 4 years. Today we discuss all things Xamarin. Xamarin Dev Days: http://www.xamarin.com/dev-days Xamarin.Forms: http://www.xamarin.com/forms Xamarin University: http://www.xamarin.com/university Xamarin Test Cloud: http://www.xamarin.com/test-cloud Plugins for Xamarin: http://github.com/xamarin/plugins James: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/jamesmontemagno James: Blog: http://motzcod.es My Shoppe: https://blog.xamarin.com/connect-to-customers-with-my-shoppe-template-app/ Moments: https://blog.xamarin.com/build-your-own-snapchat-clone-with-xamarin.forms-and-azure/ Listen … Continue reading
Yiddish has permeated our culture, probably due to the over-representation of Jews in the Entertainment industry. Almost all Americans know the basic meaning of schmuck, chutzpah, oy vey, etc. But there are English words that I always thought were Yiddish. … Continue reading
Jon Galloway is a friend, a walking encyclopedia of all things web and Microsoft and a former winner on The Price Is Right. Having Jon on is always a blast, and a chance to learn what’s new with ASP.NET and … Continue reading