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Get Coding with Microsoft Xamarin

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We’re excited to host this edition of our popular meetup in Utrecht! Want to start developing your own apps with Microsoft Xamarin? Then this meetup is for you. Featuring presentations by Xamarin University trainer Marc Bruins and Xamarin certified junior developer Maurice Markvoort, this edition is aimed at developers of all experience levels who are new to Xamarin, and will …

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Get Started with Microsoft Xamarin

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Interested in learning to develop your own cross-platform mobile apps using Microsoft Xamarin? Then this meetup is for you! Featuring Microsoft MVP Martijn van Dijk and our own Xamarin University-certified trainers, this edition of our regular Xamarin meetup is aimed at developers of all levels who are new to Xamarin, and will give you an overview and deep dive into …

Amsterdam meetup 19.07.2017

Build your first connected Xamarin mobile app using MvvmCross 5.0

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Discover how Xamarin and MvvmCross can help you build your next generation connected apps! Join us for our next meetup in Amsterdam, aimed at mobile developers from rookie to MVP who want to learn how to create Azure-connected apps using Xamarin and MvvmCross. We’ll start with an update on MvvmCross 5.0, followed by a hackathon where you can get hands-on …

vmCross 5 launch party June 8 2017

MvvmCross 5.0 Launch Party

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We’re having a party to celebrate the launch of MvvmCross 5.0! Version 5.0 of MvvmCross, the open source MVVM framework for Xamarin, has just been released! It offers a range of improvements and new features to help with your Xamarin-based mobile projects. As proud supporters of MvvmCross, we’re excited to host this launch party, where we’ll present the new version …

MvvmCross Meetup

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Over the last year we have been organising our monthly MvvmCross hackathon. Besides the socialising part and the famously good food the main ‘goal’ has always been to attract new contributors to the open source project. While this has been successful and indeed PR’s from regular visitors have been accepted upstream, we feel the need to bring this to the …