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Xamarin Warsaw Mobile Developers #23

Wydarzenie:
Xamarin Warsaw Mobile Developers #23
Typ wydarzenia:
Spotkanie
Kategoria:
IT
Tematyka:
Data:
17.10.2022 (poniedziałek)
Godzina:
18:00
Język:
angielski
Wstęp:
Bezpłatne
Miasto:
Miejsce:
Q22
Adres:
Al Jana Pawła II 22
Strona www:
Prelegenci:
Opis:

We are back after a break and with a very special guest - James Montemagno


We will have a pleasure to organise this meeting together with wg.net (https://www.meetup.com/pl-PL/wg-net/).

Meeting will take place at 14th floor of Q22 in Warsaw.

Presentation will be also streamed online - link will be provided soon

We are starting at 6PM (UTC+2).


Sponsors

Venue sponsored by: Demant (https://www.demant.pl/)

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1.Presentation

CFP - send us your proposition: http://bit.ly/XamarinWarsawCFP

we are waiting until 10th of October


2.Presentation

TBA


3.Presentation

Speaker: James Montemagno

Title: .NET MAUI Comes to .NET 7

.NET MAUI is now part of .NET 7 in RC1 with tons of improvements some new great features for developers. Join James as he walks through the latest and greatest in multi-platform development with .NET MAUI for iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows!


Bio:

James Montemagno is a Principal Lead Program Manager for .NET Community at Microsoft. He has been a .NET developer since 2005, working in a wide range of industries including game development, printer software, and web services. Prior to becoming a Principal Program Manager, James was a professional mobile developer and has now been crafting apps since 2011 with Xamarin. In his spare time, he is most likely cycling around Seattle or guzzling gallons of coffee at a local coffee shop. He can be found on Twitter @JamesMontemagno, blogs code regularly on his personal blog http://www.montemagno.com, and co-hosts the weekly development podcast Merge Conflict http://mergeconflict.fm.

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