Learn how to develop mobile apps for iOS, Android, Windows at free Xamarin University webinars

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If you are interested in learning mobile apps development, here’s a great opportunity to get started. Xamarin University’s team of mobile experts – including special guest and author Charles Petzold will host five new webinars which will show you how to use Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin to develop mobile apps for iOS, Android, Windows, and more. Find the event schedule and the topics you will be able to learn on each day below.

  • June 1st 9 am PDT: Introduction to Xamarin.Forms for Visual Studio 2017 – Learn how to take your .NET skills mobile with Visual Studio 2017 and Xamarin.Forms. Jesse Dietrichson, a Xamarin University instructor, will show you how to use the latest Visual Studio features to maximize code re-usage and design, develop, and test fully native apps for Android, iOS, and Windows, faster than ever.
  • June 8th 9 am PDT: Building games for iOS, macOS, and tvOS with Visual Studio and Azure – Create multiplayer games for the latest Apple devices, from iPhone to tvOS, with René Ruppert, Xamarin University instructor. He’ll teach SpriteKit basics, integration with cloud back-end services, and show you best practices for sharing C# game logic, UI, and infrastructure code cross-platform.
  • June 15th 9 am PDT: SkiaSharp Graphics for Xamarin.Forms – Get serious about graphics with special guest and popular author, Charles Petzold. You’ll learn how to use SkiaSharp, powered by Google’s Skia graphics library, to extend your Xamarin.Forms apps with compelling 2D graphics.
  • June 22nd 9 am PDT: Customizing Xamarin.Forms UI – Embed native Android and iOS controls into your Xamarin.Forms apps. Join Rob Gibbens, Xamarin University training manager, to see how to integrate native controls and adjust visual properties unique to each platform – while still sharing the majority of your code. You’ll get the step-by-step guidance you need to take full advantage of the latest OS-specific UI patterns and designs.
  • June 29th 9 am PDT: Introduction to Azure Machine Learning –  Start integrating intelligence and predictive analytics into your apps. Jason DeBoever, Xamarin University instructor, will introduce Machine Learning fundamentals, get you started with Azure Machine Learning Studio, and demo how to easily build your first “smart” mobile app.

You can sign-up for this series here.

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