Xamarin University Recording IconXamarin University has tons of great, expert-led live and on-demand content to help you jumpstart your mobile development skills, and today we’re making our Guest Lecture recordings completely free and accessible to all developers. Our monthly Guest Lecture series allows Xamarin University students to join live sessions with industry experts to learn about the latest mobile development tips, trends, technologies, and news, and we’re constantly adding new topics based on student interest and industry news to help our students build amazing mobile apps. Now, any developer can view any past Guest Lecture on-demand, no subscription required!

If you’re already a Xamarin University subscriber, be sure to reserve your spot to attend our upcoming Guest Lectures. Live attendees can ask the experts their questions and get access to any demos and presentation content before the recordings are made public. This is a great subscription benefit so make sure to check out our upcoming lectures:

  • May 8, 2017: Build a Scalable Chat App with Xamarin and Azure with Ariel Ben Horesh
  • May 27, 2017: Cross-platform Web RTC with Alex Dunn
  • June 6, 2017: Adding Image and Voice Intelligence with Microsoft Cognitive Services with David Giard

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We’ve also published several new Lightning Lectures. These short, free videos by our expert Xamarin trainers are designed to help you resolve common problems with mobile app development, as well as cover development tips we couldn’t fit into our jam-packed courses. Our latest Lightning Lectures cover:

  • Protecting your web API and mobile apps by authenticating your server
  • Creating a Xamarin.Mac desktop app with Xamarin.Forms and the latest nightly builds
  • How to leverage the Xamarin.Forms layout system to create amazing user interfaces
  • Explore the physics engine of UrhoSharp with Xamarin Workbooks

If you haven’t already, you can sign up for a trial to kickstart your Xamarin mobile development skills or go ahead and register for a Xamarin Univeristy subscription, now available on the Visual Studio Marketplace!