PBIT meeting, 12 Mar 13 featuring teleconference with Karl W. Palachuck on Managed Services.
Notes from Group Leader :
I want to thank everyone that came out last night. I appreciate the
fact that you took the time out of your busy work/home schedules to be
present for the webinar.
We want to thank Karl Palachuk for a great presentation, great
insights, and also the great topics of books he supplied to the group
for giveaways. Thanks again Karl!
We also want to thank Lynne Keane of Windstream Communications for
continuing to host our user group meetings at your office. Thanks for
your continued support!
Above, please note the many raffle items (on Managed Services) won by attendees. Everyone also got access to the slides used in the presentation. No, they are not all available in the attached Photo Essay, only a sampling.
Come learn how
to write mobile cross platform application using C# and Xamarin’s tools:
MonoTouch and Mono for Android. We will learn how to architect and
write code that can be reused across all platforms using C# and the .NET
I am a
Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and a Microsoft Certified
Application Developer (MCAD) with many years of experience building and
architecting .NET applications and even more years of professional
experience using Microsoft development technologies such as ASP, Visual
Basic, and SQL Server. I have worked in several markets such as
Insurance, Real Estate, Leasing, Medical, among many others. I am very
passionate about software development and love to write articles and
speak about it at technical conferences. During my free time I like to
enjoy time with my family, play sports (specifically the real football),
play games, and code." (Jonas Stawski)
So, what did we learn about 'Monkey Code' (Mono) and its' variations ( Xamarin) etc.? And, how does it apply to simultaneous programming for multiple mobile OS's ?
Check out some of the screen shots and other pic's HERE