Xamarin University Shield LogoWe just finished our inaugural “Xamarin University Presents” webinar series, and we can’t wait to do it again! Thousands of developers joined us for five demo-packed sessions, getting best practices and step-by-step guidance from Xamarin University’s team of mobile experts.

Starting Thursday, March 2, we’ll begin the series over again from the beginning, and we invite you to join us to learn how to build fully native Android, iOS, and Windows apps with Xamarin for Visual Studio. If you missed any sessions last month, want to revisit topics, or request help from the Xamarin University team, don’t miss the next air dates where you’ll be able to ask your questions live during the webinar.

All sessions are free and open to anyone, so make sure to register today!


  • Thursday, March 2, 9am PT | Intro to Xamarin for Visual Studio: Native iOS, Android, and Windows apps in C#: Xamarin University Guest Lecturer James Montemagno will show you how to create, debug, test and deploy apps for iOS, Android and Windows while maximizing the shared code between all platforms.
  • Thursday, March 9, 9 am PT | Building your First Xamarin.Forms App: Adrian Stevens, Xamarin University curriculum manager, will walk you through building your first Xamarin.Forms application, including using a common set of controls to define a fully native UI for Android, iOS, and Windows.
  • Thursday, March 16, 9am PT | Building Your First Android App: Xamarin University professor Judy McNeil will show you how to design native Android UIs with the Android Designer, add behavior, and deploy apps to Android emulators and devices – straight from Visual Studio.
  • Thursday, March 23, 9 am PT | Building Your First iOS App: Chris van Wyk, another expert Xamarin University professor, will dive into a typical Xamarin.iOS project, explore the MVC architecture, create screens with the Visual Studio iOS Designer, and test Xamarin.iOS apps on a simulator and real devices.
  • Thursday, March 30, 9 am PT | Connected Mobile Apps with Microsoft Azure: James Montemagno will teach you how to integrate various Azure App services into your Xamarin apps, including: cloud data storage, offline sync, push notifications, user authentication, and data and intelligence.

Sign up for one or all of the webinars, bring your questions, and get the expert guidance and best practices you need to take your C# skills mobile.