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Next Thursday April 24th join #XamarinUG in Luesden, Netherlands present Bluetooth LE and iBeacons in Xamarin.iOS: http://ow.ly/vUyZW
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Building apps with Xamarin? We want you to show us your apps! http://ow.ly/vS7Z2
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Enjoy an epic Xamarin #EvolveTalk today http://ow.ly/vRPgZ
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Swipe to Refresh has never been so easy in Android with the latest Support v4 Component Update: http://ow.ly/vCGyA
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C#, iOS, and Android Take Center Stage at Build: http://ow.ly/vBvG2
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Tomorrow 10AM in Bangalore, India join #XamarinUG XHackers for a Hands on Lab with Xamarin.iOS! http://ow.ly/vUzgE
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Create #GoogleGlass apps in C# with Xamarin and our component, which has been updated with #XE16 support http://ow.ly/vRXM0
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It's a shame google didn't release one. I think you can side load the Glass SDK onto your phone and use it as a simulator though.
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Awesome Mobile C# Meetups to End April! http://ow.ly/vPyEk
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The latest in @ch9's #VSToolbox series is out today, Using Xamarin to take Existing .NET Apps Cross Platform: http://ow.ly/vBUss
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Android has some great printing features. Read more about it here http://ow.ly/vyxRX
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Build Cross-Platform Mobile Apps using C# and .NET
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Xamarin was founded in 2011 with the mission to make it fast, easy and fun to build great mobile apps. Xamarin’s products simplify creation and maintenance of high-performance, cross-platform mobile applications targeting phones, tablets and embedded devices running iOS, Android and Windows. Founded and staffed by many notable developers from the open source community, Xamarin is also steward to the Mono project—the open source, cross-platform implementation of C# and the .NET framework. For more information, visit http://xamarin.com/