Xamarin and .NET Developer Events in February

Jayme Singleton

This February, discover the world of Xamarin and .NET development through in-person and virtual opportunities happening all month long. Explore recent news and updates with your community at local developer Meetups, or online from the comfort of your home!

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Below are just a few of the community events happening this month. For a full list of developer engagements, browse through our Community page. It includes links to local Meetups, Github, and StackOverflow accounts. As well as the developer Twitter, Gitter, and Facebook pages. Don’t forget to add your upcoming events to the Xamarin Events Forum and tweet the details to @XamarinEvents to be included in next month’s event blog!


Developer Events in February:

February 6:

  • Des Moines, IA. USA | Iowa .NET User Group: [.NET@Night] Walking into Mordor: The History and Future of DevOps

February 11:

February 12:

February 16:

  • Sao Paulo, Brazil | Developers-BR: [Online] Chaos Engineering in .NET

February 19:

February 20:

February 22

  • Sydney, Australia | MonkeyFest AU: Australia’s Ultimate Xamarin & Mobile Development Conference
  • Singapore, Singapore | MonkeyFest 2020: The Ultimate Xamarin Conference packed with the latest and best of Native Cross Platform Development with .Net

February 25:

February 26:


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  • Meetup fee coverage;
  • Promotion of upcoming events;
  • Access to swag and giveaway items;
  • Free technical content for presentations;
  • User group analytics and group visibility;
  • News about upcoming releases and how to get involved.

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February Community Events

Find the full list of developer engagements this February through our Community page. Find links to Meetups, Github, and StackOverflow accounts. As well as the developer Twitter, Gitter, and Facebook pages. Follow @XamarinEvents for upcoming Xamarin and .NET related events near you!


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