If you are into Xamarin like our team at RedBit is you will definitely want to head out to this event to talk about mobile apps, cloud connected apps, DevOps – RedBit will be there!

Microsoft teams will be presenting a half day session on how and why you should take advantage of mobile in your business and how to use the tooling provided from Microsoft such as the new Visual Studio 2017. Spaces are limited so to register you will have to email Catherine Kerr to get a limited spot.

Here is the agenda on what will be discussed


Here is an overview of the half day session

We live in a world of rich, immersive mobile experiences that are powered by the cloud. Mobile has been the most rapidly adopted technology in history and with the increasing prominence of the cloud, the rate of technological change continues to accelerate.

Following the launch of Visual Studio 2017, we are welcoming the Xamarin team to Toronto to show you how to enhance your mobile strategy through Microsoft Azure, Visual Studio and the Xamarin Mobile Lifecycle Solution.

With thousands of organizations already using Microsoft and Xamarin to achieve remarkable results in their mobile and digital transformation strategies, let us show you how you can build, test, distribute and monitor your mobile apps and easily add backend cloud services to scale your app on demand. The new Visual Studio Mobile Center also brings together multiple services, commonly used by mobile developers, into a single integrated solution.

With over 1 million developers using Xamarin solutions in more than 120 countries, building rich, immersive, high-quality mobile applications has never been easier!

Here are all the details of the event

Date: Thursday 13th April 2017
Time: 10:00AM to 1:00PM (EST)
Event Location: Microsoft Toronto Office, Suite 1201*, 222 Bay Street, Toronto, ON, M5K 1E7
Registration: Spaces are limited, so please email Catherine Kerr with your name and contact details at your earliest*Ernst & Young TowerPlease take the elevator to the 12th floor.

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