If you’re in the Netherlands this week, come catch me at Techorama! I’ll be there from the 30th through the 3rd of October and presenting two different sessions:
On the 1st, I’ll be speaking on Kotlin for C# Developers:
And on the 2nd I have another morning session on implementing the Flux design pattern in C# and .NET:
Learn about the Flux design pattern and how to implement it in your C# client applications like UWP, Xamarin, and all the other platforms .NET is touching now. We’ll compare Flux and Uni-Directional data flows to the existing tools and directions development takes us in C# client apps and talk about all the pros and cons that come with both. We’ll take an existing Xamarin.Forms app using MVVM and “Flux it Up” to migrate to a more 1-direction flow of data and actions. When you leave, you’ll have a solid understanding of Flux and some of its existing implementations such as Redux and be confident in implementing it yourself in C#!
If you’re not going to Techorama this year, but are still in the area, you can find me tomorrow at the Dutch Mobile .NET Developers meetup with some of the other amazing people from the Xamarin and .NET Community. I’ll be on a panel talking about mobile technologies and practices!
Here’s the schedule:
18:00 Doors open & Dinner
19:00 – 20:00 The Latest and Craziest for Mobile .NET Developers
David Ortinau @davidortinau
Microsoft has been hard at work improving Visual Studio and Xamarin for mobile developers. I’ll demo the latest features you can use to make your dev experience better today. And in the future? Microsoft has some “coming soon” as well as highly experimental projects that are “must see”!
20:00 – 20:15 Break
20:15 – 21:00 Mobile Expert Panel with Alex, Brandon, Dan & Gerald
Open Q&A for these mobile experts that have absolutely made their mark in the mobile developer space. This is your chance to ask anything you’d like! Joining us are:
Alex Dunn @suave_pirate
Author at Pluralsight | Xamarin MVP | Microsoft MVP
Brandon Minnick @thecodetraveler
Microsoft Developer Advocate | Mobile App Developer
Dan Siegel @danjsiegel
Microsoft MVP | @PrismLib Maintainer | Xamarin Evangelist | @XamDevSummit Organizer
Gerald Versluis @jfversluis
Engineer @Microsoft for #XamarinForms | Former Microsoft MVP
21:00 Drinks & Closing
See ya’ll there!
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