Your Xamarin Newsletter for October 2015 (영문)
 
 
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Save the Date for 
Xamarin Evolve 2016, Get Started with iOS 9, and more!

Join 
us at Oracle OpenWorld!

We’re going all out for Oracle OpenWorld, October 25-29 in San Francisco! If you’ll be at the conference, we’d love to schedule one-on-one time for you to meet with Xamarin executives and technical experts. We’re also hosting a party on Tuesday, October 26 that everyone in the area is invited to attend. RSVP »

Register for Xamarin Evolve 2016

Xamarin Evolve 2016, the largest cross-platform mobile development event of the year, is coming to Orlando, Florida April 24-28! Early bird registration is now open, so be sure to register by December 31, 2015 to take advantage of this special pricing for your ticket to learn more about the future of apps. Register »

Be the first to try our new Release Candidate

We've instituted a new release candidate process for all major updates to ensure new versions of Xamarin don’t introduce regressions. This release candidate includes upgrades to every major component of our platform: Android, iOS, Mac, Visual Studio, and Xamarin Studio, including a complete rewrite of our Visual Studio integration for iOS. We know you’ll love it. Learn more »

Sign up for our Xamarin Continuous Integration Early Access Program

We recently began working closely with leading companies offering Continuous Integration in the cloud to provide CI solutions for Xamarin apps, and we’re looking for customers who can participate in an early access program to test a Xamarin-compatible cloud-based CI service. Sign up »

Get started with Android Marshmallow

We just released our latest update to Xamarin.Android, featuring support for Android 6.0 (Marshmallow). Android Marshmallow adds several new features for Android developers to integrate into their apps, including new Runtime Permissions, Voice Interactions, and Fingerprint Authorization. Get started »

The World Bank makes complex survesy available anywhere with Xamarin

The World Bank turned to Xamarin to take mission-critical surveys from pen-and-paper to mobile, making data collection easier, faster, more secure, and more easily accessible to researchers. Combining a mobile app, survey design tool, and server software that manages surveys and aggregates data, the app is being used to gather data in more than 30 countries. Read the case study »

Join the 
Xamarin Team - We're Hiring!

We’re seeking motivated team members to help us shape the future of mobile! We’re looking for talented individuals to join us around the world in positions including Systems Engineer, Director of QA Engineering for the Xamarin Platform, Director of Sales, and Director of Business Development, plus many more. View all open jobs »

 
UPCOMING EVENTS
 

Xamarin & AgileThought Webinar: Learn how to create QA strategies to meet standards across multiple operating systems and devices. October 22, 12pm–1pm EDT »

Microsoft Developer Cloud Camp (Mexico): Join us to learn more about building native apps with Xamarin, Visual Studio, and Azure. October 26, Mexico City, Mexico »

Xamarin at Microsoft Argentina: Meet the Xamarin Argentina team in Buenos Aires for a step-by-step demo. November 4, Buenos Aires, Argentina »

Xamarin Dev Days: The final Dev Days have been announced—don’t miss these last events! Multiple dates and locations »

Future Decoded: Meet our team in London to discuss the future of apps. November 10–11, London, UK »

Microsoft Ignite Australia: Don't miss Mike James' session "Go Mobile with C#, Visual Studio, and Xamarin." November 17–20, Broadbeach, Australia »

 

 
 
TIPS AND TRICKS
 

A Xamarin/Azure Storage Primer: Learn how easy it is to add blob storage to your mobile applications using Microsoft Azure Storage with this post from Matthew Soucoup.

Getting Started with Estimote Nearables and Xamarin: Greg Shackles breaks down how to add contextual awareness to your iOS and Android applications with Estimote Nearables.

Animating a Grid in Xamarin.Forms: Xamarin Evangelist Krystin Stutesman shows you how to spice up your Xamarin.Forms apps with custom animations.

Databinding Settings in Xamarin.Forms: James Montemagno demonstrates how to create a bindable settings page with Xamarin.Forms and the Settings Plugin for Xamarin.

Customized Controls in Xamarin.Forms: Jesse Liberty continues his “52 Weeks of Xamarin Series”. This week, Jesse shows us how to create custom controls using Xamarin.Forms.
 

 
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