We’ve had some amazing Xamarin 3 celebrations over the last few months, but we aren’t done just yet. This month, Mobile .NET developer groups around the world are joining in to celebrate the latest Xamarin release with pizza, cake, and in-depth sessions on all of the new features in Xamarin 3. We have also launched a brand new Twitter account, @XamarinEvents, which will regularly tweet about upcoming Xamarin and community events.
Here are some upcoming Xamarin developer group meetups:
- Nashville, TN: Tuesday, July 15th 6:30PM
- Xamarin.Forms Demo & Lab
- Austin, TX: Wednesday, July 16th 6:30PM
- Cross Platform Development with Portable Class Libraries
- Portland, OR: Thursday, July 17th 6:00PM
- Creating UIs for Cross-Platform Apps with Xamarin, with Xamarin’s James Montemagno
- Los Angeles, CA: Monday, July 21st 7:00PM
- Xamarin Basics
- Tel Aviv, Israel: Tuesday, July 22nd 5:30PM
- Building Cross Platform Apps with Xamarin
- Wayzata, MN: Tuesday, July 22nd 5:30PM
- Building iOS User Interfaces with Xamarin
- Glendale, AZ: Wednesday, July 23rd 6:00PM
- Building iOS, Android, and Windows Apps in C# with Xamarin, with Xamarin’s James Montemagno
- Cambridge, MA: Thursday, July 24th 6:00PM
- Introduction to Xamarin.Forms, with Xamarin’s Pierce Boggan
- Scottsdale, AZ: Thursday, July 24th 6:00PM
- Xamarin 3! iOS and Android Development in C# with Xamarin
- Chicago, IL: Thursday, July 31st 5:45PM
- Introduction to the MVVMCross Cross Platform Framework
Xamarin events are always happening around the world, so if you don’t see your city listed above, be sure to also check out the Xamarin Events forum where new meetups are being added all the time. Additionally, don’t forget to follow our brand new @XamarinEvents Twitter account to make sure you never miss an upcoming Xamarin event.
Don’t see a developer group in your area and want to get one started? We’re here to help! We have a tips and tricks guide on starting a developer group, our introduction to Xamarin slide deck, and of course our community sponsorship program to get you on your way. We also want to hear from you, so please feel free to send us an email or tweet @XamarinHQ so we can help spread the word and continue to grow the Xamarin community.