An aged geek, and tech enthusiast ever since I wrote my first line of code at the age of 12, on an Apple II. (there - now you can work out just how aged I am). These days, my day job is IT Strategy and Architecture, working in the banking sector. But in evenings and weekends, I keep hands-on with coding, as an Indie app developer on various projects. I suspect it will never make me rich, but it does provide drinking money, and pays for assorted technology toys that would otherwise be hard to justify.
Talks I've Given
.NET Xamarin.Forms development for Android - an Indie developer's perspective
Featuring Jim Chapman
Having an existing XAML/.Net code-base, it was natural to use Xamarin.Forms, so the UI development for the Android app would not be starting entirely from scratch. And Xamarin.Forms certainly achieves the basics: getting a usable UI onto the screen. But it's not perfect - various things....net android xamarin
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