Xamarin University Presents: Guest Lectures from Industry Luminaries!
Technology moves quickly; new software, platforms, and frameworks are constantly being developed, improved, and released. Exploring the landscape of developer tools and libraries that we can consume in our C# .NET apps can be exciting, but it takes time to review and evaluate the latest innovations. Fortunately, Xamarin University is here to help! We invite the industryâ€™s top experts and developers to present guest lectures on key technologies and patterns that show us how to best use them in our mobile solutions in a live, interactive forum.
The Xamarin University Guest Lecture Series is completely free and open to everyone. Simply sign up for a free Xamarin University account, or sign in using your existing account.
Upcoming Guest Lectures
We are excited to welcome four amazing developers to present in the next few weeks. Register for these upcoming Guest Lectures HERE.
June 7 at 10:00am PT
James Montemagno: Access Native Features from Cross-Platform Code Using Xamarin.Essentials
Learn how to use Xamarin.Essentials, a powerful cross-platform library that provides a clean and lightweight API to access common features on mobile platforms, in your cross-platform C# apps without writing abstractions or platform-specific code.
June 20 at 9:00am PT
Dan Siegel: Accelerate Your mobile DevOps with Mobile-BuildTools
Easily tackle the problem of securing your application secrets from source control, while handling your DevOps pipeline without build scripts. With the Mobile.BuildTools you inject application secrets at build, version every build, and enable SCSS support for Xamarin Forms 3.0.
June 27 at 9:00am PT
Jim Bennett: Build Cross-Platform Apps with Immutable Models and UI with Less Code
Learn how to use Elmish, an Elm style abstraction for F# applications to build performant and stateless cross-platform UIs, with far less code than a typical C# UI. We’ll see two approaches: “half-elmish”, which uses XAML to define the UI, and “full-elmish”, where Jim will define an immutable UI completely in F#.
July 9 at 9:00am PT
Laurent Bugnion: Building Serverless APIs for Your Cross-Platform Apps with Azure Functions
Mobile users expect to be able to access their data at any time, from any device, which means storing your data in the cloud. Learn how to use serverless architecture to quickly create a self-contained RESTful API using Azure Functions and consume it from your cross-platform Xamarin app.
Become a Guest Lecturer!
Are you a mobile or cloud developer with a passion for a technology? Do have the desire to share your passion with the rest of the Xamarin University audience? We would love to hear from you! Contact Rob Gibbens at email@example.com and send your presentation with a title and a brief description of your topic of interest.
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