We’re excited to announce IBM as a Diamond sponsor of Xamarin Evolve 2014, the largest multi-platform mobile development event of the year, in Atlanta, October 6-10. Greg Truty, Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect SWG Mobile Build & Connect at IBM, will lead two sessions at the conference focused on how to easily build cross-platform native apps on the client-side with Xamarin, powered by the Worklight Server on the backend. Xamarin has grown to 730,000 developers in only three years and is now a major player in the enterprise, enabling developers to build fully native, high-performing apps for iOS, Android and Windows devices using a shared code base.
If you’re a C# developer in mobile development, Xamarin Evolve 2014 is your ticket to mobile expertise.
The event starts with 2 days of in-depth training on how to build fully native apps in C# with Xamarin. Three conference days follow training and are packed with mobile development best practices delivered by top speakers from IBM, Microsoft, Amazon, Dropbox, Couchbase, Salesforce, Github, Facebook and more.
“Connecting Xamarin Apps with IBM Worklight” is a hands on session designed to show you the power of Xamarin and Worklight together. Greg will cover how to connect native Xamarin apps to IBM Worklight Server for easy integration into your enterprise’s environment, and you’ll walk away with the ability to leverage existing resources and infrastructure for mobile, as well as manage cloud-based services directly to the end-user device.
“Keeping Apps Relevant: Deployment, Support, and Management Best Practices for Your Enterprise Mobile Apps.” Creating a successful enterprise app that employees actually adopt into their workflow requires much more than just delivering a great UI and UX on the employee’s choice of device. It doesn’t matter how good the app is if employees don’t know about it, can’t easily get it onto their device, or if it fails to keep up with new workflow processes and/or device features that make their lives easier. In this session, you will learn best practices for managing the last, but not least, parts of the mobile application lifecycle.
Don’t miss your ticket to native mobile app expertise - register here to join us at Xamarin Evolve 2014 today.