A Warm Welcome to the Newest Xamarin MVPs

Joseph Hill

Xamarin MVPJust a few months ago we announced the continued expansion of the Xamarin MVP program by welcoming the first round of Xamarin MVPs for 2015. These individuals have made significant contributions by sharing their passion and expertise in mobile app development with the expanding global Xamarin community. We honor these individuals with the Xamarin MVP title for these contributions, which include:

  • Writing great articles, books, and blog posts
  • Speaking in public and online
  • Sharing and building amazing libraries
  • Helping developers online in our forums, on Twitter, Stack Overflow, and other communities
  • Shipping awesome apps

Today, we’re thrilled to recognize the following new Xamarin MVPs for their remarkable contributions to the community!

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filip Filip Ekberg Adam Patridge adam
michael Michael Ridland Dan Rigby rigby
silva Sara Silva Sean Sparkman spakrman
wolf Adam Wolf

If you know an outstanding developer who would make a great Xamarin MVP, please nominate him or her here.


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