At the heart of Xamarin has always been a desire to empower developers to create great mobile apps, and this goal includes fostering an active developer community. For this reason, we were very excited when Stack Overflow announced a new documentation feature enabling experts within the community to write documentation to share their knowledge with their fellow developers. We were so excited, in fact, that we launched a contest asking members of the .NET community to contribute Xamarin documentation to the new portal.
The response to the contest from our community was amazing, and the Xamarin documentation on Stack Overflow is already growing, which means it’s time to announce the winners of our Stack Overflow Documentation contest!
The following randomly-selected winners can select a choice of a Microsoft Band, Apple TV, or Azure IoT Starter Kit.
- Aloïs Deniel – “Platform Specific Visual Adjustments in Xamarin.Forms“
- Daniel Krzyczkowski – “Creating Custom Prototype Table Cells with Storyboards in Xamarin.iOS“
- Gerald Versluis – “Push Notifications in Xamarin.Forms“
Thank you to everyone who entered this contest and to those contributing to the documentation portal on Stack Overflow. We’ll be reaching out to the winners via Direct Message on Twitter, so please be sure to follow @XamarinHQ!