The Next Evolution of Xamarin Training: Microsoft Learn



We’re excited to announce two new learning paths on Building Xamarin Apps in Microsoft Learn: A free and interactive learning portal.

Xamarin University Joins MS Learn

The Xamarin University team has joined the Microsoft Learn family! Building new content and incorporating many of the great features Xamarin University has. Features including hands-on learning, quizzes to help build skills required to advance your career, and more.

Transferring Progress

If you have completed any Xamarin.Forms courses in Xamarin University, you can now transfer your progress to Microsoft Learn. To begin this transfer, simply:

Once your progress is transferred, you will see achievement badges for completed courses. You will also see a special badge if you passed the Xamarin Mobile Developer certification exam. These achievements will appear on your new Learn profile.

It is important to note that: the Skills migration feature will only be available until June 28th, 2019. That is when the Xamarin University learning platform shuts down for good. For more details, please visit our FAQ page.

Thank You!

Thanks for being a part of the Xamarin University community! We look forward to seeing you on Microsoft Learn where we hope you continue to build your Xamarin development skills. There you can also learn about other cutting-edge technologies such as cloud computing, containers, cognitive services, and machine learning. All for free!


Karina Ung

Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Training and Certification

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Ali Al-Khamis 2019-05-08 02:54:35
I completed Xamarin Profossinal Certification but i don't see any badage proving that in Microsoft Learn. Is it goining to be added in the future or is it there somewhere?
Enrique Alejandro Pinelo Novelo 2019-05-08 04:40:57
Excuse me, whats gonna happened to Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android courses???
Anthony Cool 2019-05-08 11:45:37
Thanks for bringing this content over.  It is much appreciated.  I do wish you guys would've organized the Learning Paths a bit better though, insomuch that they aligned with the order you had them in Xamarin University.  Also, I hope you bring over the Xamarin.Android and Xamarin.iOS content; but if not, at least we got this I guess.  Hope you all will continue to add additional content as well to fill in the gaps left by the content you leave behind.
Danil Kurkin 2019-05-09 00:46:58
Also have this question - about Xamarin.Android and Xamarin.iOS - at the moment portal has introduction to but its bearly touches the surface of the topic! Also, without covering those parts it is very difficult to progress o Custom renderers part imho.
Will Woo 2019-05-09 18:01:54
For those of us with no experience of the previous educational whatever ... perhaps you might talk about the context, and the changes. thanks, ww
Lee Englestone 2019-05-10 07:45:09
When can we expect a Xamarin Cerification exam offered by Microsoft? Many people I’m sure would like to become certified in Xamarin whom aren’t already. It’s crazy to think one can get certified in Sharepoint by passing a Microsoft exam but not Xamarin. Thanks — Lee
Amit Jha 2019-05-14 22:47:16
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shabbir mohammad 2019-06-21 11:48:31
Hi: I had actually completed all the courses required for the Xamarin Professional certification. Now when I log in they are all gone. I tried to transfer my progress to Microsoft Learn, and it transfered Zero. Could you please direct me to right place where I can resolve this issue. I could not find any contact info that I cand use. Thanks
Nidhi Sood 2019-06-25 23:17:17
I previously earned 3 badges and both Xamarin Certifications, "Xamarin Certified Mobile Professional" and "Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer" from Xamarin University and they got expired on 22-June-2019. Now, I transfered my progress to Microsoft Learn. But, I couldn't see my Certifications and those earned badges anywhere on Microsoft Learn. Where can I find my certificates and badges?