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Sunday, April 14
 

9:00am

Training Keynote/Introduction to Mobile Development

Welcome to Xamarin Evolve Training Days and Introduction to Mobile Development


Speakers
avatar for Bryan Costanich

Bryan Costanich

Xamarin
Bryan Costanich is the Director of Education at Xamarin, makers of MonoTouch and Mono for Android. He's a former Microsoft Architect, published author and renowned software architect. He's also a mobile development expert. In addition to having published to the Apple App Store, his recent project, MuveMusic, which runs on Android is the fastest growing music subscription service on the planet. When not working in tech, you can find Bryan... Read More →
avatar for Nat Friedman

Nat Friedman

CEO, Xamarin
Nat Friedman, Xamarin’s co-founder and CEO, has been writing software for 27 years and is passionate about entrepreneurship and building amazing products. Nat will cover key mobile trends and predictions, Xamarin’s future direction, and ways for you to capitalize on mobile - the largest software market ever.


Sunday April 14, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am
Dawkins Salon (4th Floor) Level 4

10:00am

Hello, iOS
Introduction to building iPhone and iPad apps with Xamarin.

Speakers
avatar for Bryan Costanich

Bryan Costanich

Xamarin
Bryan Costanich is the Director of Education at Xamarin, makers of MonoTouch and Mono for Android. He's a former Microsoft Architect, published author and renowned software architect. He's also a mobile development expert. In addition to having published to the Apple App Store, his recent project, MuveMusic, which runs on Android is the fastest growing music subscription service on the planet. When not working in tech, you can find Bryan... Read More →


Sunday April 14, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am
Fossey Salon Level 6

10:00am

Notifications

Application notifications for iOS and Android.


Speakers
avatar for James Clancey

James Clancey

Xamarin
James Clancey is a passionate mobile developer.  He is the creator of the popular iOS app "gMusic: a Google Music player". Currently at Xamarin, Clancey specializes in building cross platform apps. During Evolve he will be training, speaking, "1on1ing", and maybe sleeping if time permits. He also enjoys 90's music, Pizza, Mountain Dew, and long walks on the beach.


Sunday April 14, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am
Crick Salon Level 6

11:00am

Hello, iOS MVC

Introduction to the Model View Controller (MVC) pattern used by Apple for iOS development.


Speakers
avatar for Bryan Costanich

Bryan Costanich

Xamarin
Bryan Costanich is the Director of Education at Xamarin, makers of MonoTouch and Mono for Android. He's a former Microsoft Architect, published author and renowned software architect. He's also a mobile development expert. In addition to having published to the Apple App Store, his recent project, MuveMusic, which runs on Android is the fastest growing music subscription service on the planet. When not working in tech, you can find Bryan... Read More →


Sunday April 14, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

11:00am

Touch

Responding to touch gestures on iOS and Android.


Speakers
avatar for Anuj Bhatia

Anuj Bhatia

Xamarin


Sunday April 14, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Crick Salon Level 6

12:00pm

Lunch
Sunday April 14, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Franklin Salon (4th Floor) Level 4

1:00pm

Tables in iOS

Using the UITableView control in Xamarin.iOS.


Speakers
avatar for Craig Dunn

Craig Dunn

Xamarin
Craig is a technical writer & developer evangelist at Xamarin. He fell in love with the very early betas of MonoTouch, blogged about it, then used it on large mobile projects in the wild before joining Xamarin.


Sunday April 14, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

1:00pm

User Interface + Designers

User interface tips and tricks with Xamarin's Android Designer and Apple's Interface Builder


Speakers
avatar for Anuj Bhatia

Anuj Bhatia

Xamarin


Sunday April 14, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Crick Salon Level 6

2:00pm

Android Fragments

Using Fragments in Xamarin.Android.


Speakers
avatar for Tom Opgenorth

Tom Opgenorth

Xamarin
Tom Opgenorth is a technical writer with Xamarin. In 2008 he picked up the first Android phone, the ADP1, and has been hooked on mobile technologies every since then. At Xamarin he spends his days on the documentation team, fusing the wonderful world of mobile and C# into samples and tutorials that make it easier for others to tackle cross platform development.  When not working, Tom is busy being dragged around by his trusty... Read More →


Sunday April 14, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Crick Salon Level 6

2:00pm

Hello, Android
Introduction to building Android apps with Xamarin.

Speakers
avatar for Bryan Costanich

Bryan Costanich

Xamarin
Bryan Costanich is the Director of Education at Xamarin, makers of MonoTouch and Mono for Android. He's a former Microsoft Architect, published author and renowned software architect. He's also a mobile development expert. In addition to having published to the Apple App Store, his recent project, MuveMusic, which runs on Android is the fastest growing music subscription service on the planet. When not working in tech, you can find Bryan... Read More →


Sunday April 14, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

3:00pm

Graphics and Animation in Android

Custom graphics and animations on Android.


Speakers
avatar for Tom Opgenorth

Tom Opgenorth

Xamarin
Tom Opgenorth is a technical writer with Xamarin. In 2008 he picked up the first Android phone, the ADP1, and has been hooked on mobile technologies every since then. At Xamarin he spends his days on the documentation team, fusing the wonderful world of mobile and C# into samples and tutorials that make it easier for others to tackle cross platform development.  When not working, Tom is busy being dragged around by his trusty... Read More →


Sunday April 14, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Crick Salon Level 6

3:00pm

Hello, Android Multiscreens

Introduction to building multi-screen apps with Xamarin.Android.


Speakers
avatar for Bryan Costanich

Bryan Costanich

Xamarin
Bryan Costanich is the Director of Education at Xamarin, makers of MonoTouch and Mono for Android. He's a former Microsoft Architect, published author and renowned software architect. He's also a mobile development expert. In addition to having published to the Apple App Store, his recent project, MuveMusic, which runs on Android is the fastest growing music subscription service on the planet. When not working in tech, you can find Bryan... Read More →


Sunday April 14, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

4:00pm

Graphics and Animation in iOS

Custom graphics and animations on iOS.


Speakers
avatar for James Clancey

James Clancey

Xamarin
James Clancey is a passionate mobile developer.  He is the creator of the popular iOS app "gMusic: a Google Music player". Currently at Xamarin, Clancey specializes in building cross platform apps. During Evolve he will be training, speaking, "1on1ing", and maybe sleeping if time permits. He also enjoys 90's music, Pizza, Mountain Dew, and long walks on the beach.


Sunday April 14, 2013 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Crick Salon Level 6

4:00pm

ListViews + Adapters in Android

Displaying lists of data using the ListView and Adapter classes in Xamarin.Android.


Speakers
avatar for Craig Dunn

Craig Dunn

Xamarin
Craig is a technical writer & developer evangelist at Xamarin. He fell in love with the very early betas of MonoTouch, blogged about it, then used it on large mobile projects in the wild before joining Xamarin.


Sunday April 14, 2013 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

6:00pm

Training Participants Welcome Reception

Training dinner


Sunday April 14, 2013 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Stubb's BBQ 801 Red River Street, Austin, Texas, 78701
 
Monday, April 15
 

9:00am

Maps

iOS and Android maps.


Speakers
avatar for James Clancey

James Clancey

Xamarin
James Clancey is a passionate mobile developer.  He is the creator of the popular iOS app "gMusic: a Google Music player". Currently at Xamarin, Clancey specializes in building cross platform apps. During Evolve he will be training, speaking, "1on1ing", and maybe sleeping if time permits. He also enjoys 90's music, Pizza, Mountain Dew, and long walks on the beach.


Monday April 15, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am
Crick Salon Level 6

9:00am

Mobile Navigation Patterns

Discussion of the different mobile navigation metaphors on iOS, Android and Windows Phone, with tips on how to implement them.


Speakers
avatar for Craig Dunn

Craig Dunn

Xamarin
Craig is a technical writer & developer evangelist at Xamarin. He fell in love with the very early betas of MonoTouch, blogged about it, then used it on large mobile projects in the wild before joining Xamarin.


Monday April 15, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am
Fossey Salon Level 6

10:00am

Collection Views in iOS

Displaying customizable collections of data on iOS.


Speakers
avatar for Anuj Bhatia

Anuj Bhatia

Xamarin


Monday April 15, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am
Crick Salon Level 6

10:00am

Cross-Platform Project Setup + Visual Studio

How to create a new cross-platform mobile solution in Xamarin Studio and Visual Studio.


Speakers
avatar for Bryan Costanich

Bryan Costanich

Xamarin
Bryan Costanich is the Director of Education at Xamarin, makers of MonoTouch and Mono for Android. He's a former Microsoft Architect, published author and renowned software architect. He's also a mobile development expert. In addition to having published to the Apple App Store, his recent project, MuveMusic, which runs on Android is the fastest growing music subscription service on the planet. When not working in tech, you can find Bryan... Read More →


Monday April 15, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am
Fossey Salon Level 6

11:00am

Backgrounding

Performing background tasks and multithreaded operations on iOS and Andriod.


Speakers
avatar for Nina Vyedin

Nina Vyedin

Xamarin
Nina Vyedin started her hacking career working on our future robot overlords, which lead her to C# and eventually to Xamarin. She joined Xamarin’s documentation team a year and a half ago as an intern, and has been hanging on for dear life ever since. When she is not writing code or docs, she can be found making music, riding ponies, or stealing all the snacks from the Cambridge or San Francisco office.


Monday April 15, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Crick Salon Level 6

11:00am

Web Services

Accessing Web Services from both iOS and Android using Xamarin.


Speakers
avatar for Anuj Bhatia

Anuj Bhatia

Xamarin


Monday April 15, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

12:00pm

Lunch
Monday April 15, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Franklin Salon (4th Floor) Level 4

1:00pm

Advanced Android App Lifecycle

Learn about the complexities of the Android Application Lifecycle.


Speakers
avatar for Bryan Costanich

Bryan Costanich

Xamarin
Bryan Costanich is the Director of Education at Xamarin, makers of MonoTouch and Mono for Android. He's a former Microsoft Architect, published author and renowned software architect. He's also a mobile development expert. In addition to having published to the Apple App Store, his recent project, MuveMusic, which runs on Android is the fastest growing music subscription service on the planet. When not working in tech, you can find Bryan... Read More →


Monday April 15, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Crick Salon Level 6

1:00pm

Data

Storing and retrieving data on iOS and Android with Xamarin.


Speakers
avatar for James Clancey

James Clancey

Xamarin
James Clancey is a passionate mobile developer.  He is the creator of the popular iOS app "gMusic: a Google Music player". Currently at Xamarin, Clancey specializes in building cross platform apps. During Evolve he will be training, speaking, "1on1ing", and maybe sleeping if time permits. He also enjoys 90's music, Pizza, Mountain Dew, and long walks on the beach.


Monday April 15, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

2:00pm

Social + Components

Implementing social networking features using Components with Xamarin.


Speakers
avatar for James Clancey

James Clancey

Xamarin
James Clancey is a passionate mobile developer.  He is the creator of the popular iOS app "gMusic: a Google Music player". Currently at Xamarin, Clancey specializes in building cross platform apps. During Evolve he will be training, speaking, "1on1ing", and maybe sleeping if time permits. He also enjoys 90's music, Pizza, Mountain Dew, and long walks on the beach.


Monday April 15, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Dawkins Salon (4th Floor) Level 4

3:00pm

Advanced Cross-Platform Patterns

Patterns for cross-platform mobile development using Xamarin.


Speakers
avatar for Craig Dunn

Craig Dunn

Xamarin
Craig is a technical writer & developer evangelist at Xamarin. He fell in love with the very early betas of MonoTouch, blogged about it, then used it on large mobile projects in the wild before joining Xamarin.


Monday April 15, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Dawkins Salon (4th Floor) Level 4

4:00pm

Memory Management + Best Practices

Understanding memory-management in Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android, plus debugging tips.


Speakers
avatar for Anuj Bhatia

Anuj Bhatia

Xamarin


Monday April 15, 2013 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Dawkins Salon (4th Floor) Level 4

6:00pm

Welcome Reception
Monday April 15, 2013 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Franklin Salon (4th Floor) Level 4
 
Tuesday, April 16
 

9:00am

Xamarin Evolve 2013 Keynote

Keynote


Speakers
avatar for Nat Friedman

Nat Friedman

CEO, Xamarin
Nat Friedman, Xamarin’s co-founder and CEO, has been writing software for 27 years and is passionate about entrepreneurship and building amazing products. Nat will cover key mobile trends and predictions, Xamarin’s future direction, and ways for you to capitalize on mobile - the largest software market ever.
avatar for Miguel de Icaza

Miguel de Icaza

CTO, Xamarin
Miguel de Icaza, Xamarin’s co-founder and CTO, has directed the Mono project since it’s inception and has won numerous awards including Time Magazine’s 100 innovators for the new century. Miguel’s topics at Evolve 2013 include mobile development trends, getting the most from C# and .NET, and Xamarin’s technology roadmap.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
Watson Salon Level 6

11:00am

Architecting Cross-Platform Apps with MvvmCross
Speakers
avatar for Stuart Lodge

Stuart Lodge

Cirrious
Stuart works as founder, salesman, project manager, developer, and tea-maker for Cirrious. He’s been coding 30 years; made the software that powers UK digital radio; eats, drinks and sleeps on his keyboard; but still doesn’t know how to use a command line. A late comer to Mvvm, C#, and to open source, Stuart can be found endlessly talking about data-binding, ViewModels, portable class libraries and long distance triathlons. Bruce... Read More →


Tuesday April 16, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Crick Salon Level 6

11:00am

Mobile and the Future of Work and IT
Speakers
avatar for Steve Hall

Steve Hall

Cognizant
Steve Hall is Director of the Mobility Practice at Cognizant, where he leads mobile architecture and UI / UX teams. He provides mobile strategy, solutions architecture, design, integration and consulting. With his unique perspective across a wide variety of industries, Steve will focus on building an effective mobile strategy, as well as architecture and enterprise mobility best practices.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

11:00am

Advanced Memory Management on iOS and Android

We will be covering the basics of how garbage collection in general, and Mono’s garbage collector in particular, work, and how you can use that knowledge to your advantage.  The interaction between Mono’s garbage collector with iOS and Android’s memory management will be explained in broad terms and we will look at common problems and scenarios relating to that.


Speakers
avatar for Rodrigo Kumpera

Rodrigo Kumpera

Xamarin
Rodrigo and Mark are seasoned runtime engineers who have been working on Mono since 2007.  Improving the JIT, making garbage collection faster and supporting various platforms and machine architectures is their daily business
avatar for Mark Probst

Mark Probst

Xamarin
Rodrigo and Mark are seasoned runtime engineers who have been working on Mono since 2007.  Improving the JIT, making garbage collection faster and supporting various platforms and machine architectures is their daily business


Tuesday April 16, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Goodall Salon Level 6

11:00am

Designing Experiences for iPad

Are you new to iPad UX? Wondering how to define a successful experience? This presentation will guide you through defining, designing, and implementing an effective user experience. Subjects that will be covered include: formative research, UX definition, gesture design, UX design best practices, wiring framing, common UI patterns, porting existing apps from desktop to iPad, prototyping, and user testing.  After attending this session, participants should have a strong idea of how to execute their UX vision for their iPad app.

 


Speakers
avatar for Jenica Welch

Jenica Welch

Senior Interaction Designer, National Instruments
Jenica Welch is a Senior Interaction Designer at National Instruments specializing in virtual | instrumentation software design for both mobile and desktop experiences. Prior to joining National Instruments, Jenica worked as a User Experience Architect at both Razorfish and Adobe Systems primarily focused on web design and e-commerce. Jenica holds an MHCI degree from Carnegie Mellon University and will be speaking about designing experiences for... Read More →


Tuesday April 16, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Gould Salon Level 6

11:00am

10 Must-Have Components for Your Mobile App
Speakers
avatar for James Clancey

James Clancey

Xamarin
James Clancey is a passionate mobile developer.  He is the creator of the popular iOS app "gMusic: a Google Music player". Currently at Xamarin, Clancey specializes in building cross platform apps. During Evolve he will be training, speaking, "1on1ing", and maybe sleeping if time permits. He also enjoys 90's music, Pizza, Mountain Dew, and long walks on the beach.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Watson Salon Level 6

12:15pm

Lunch
Tuesday April 16, 2013 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Franklin Salon (4th Floor) Level 4

1:15pm

How C# Saved My Marriage, Enhanced My Career and Made Me An Inch Taller
Speakers
avatar for Scott Hanselman

Scott Hanselman

Principal Program Manager, Microsoft
Scott is a Principal Program Manager on the Web Tools team within Windows Azure and is one of the most trusted and influential voices in the .NET development community. Be informed and entertained as Scott discusses how C# saved his marriage, enhanced his career, made him an inch taller, and continues to let him create apps for any platform, any store, anywhere, anytime. His hair is still falling out however, possibly due to Silverlight.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Watson Salon Level 6

2:30pm

Building Mobile Cross-Platform Geospatial Apps

This session will not reveal why we are on Earth, but it will teach you how to find out where we all are on it. Looking for the user? Just find the phone. Thanks to standard built-in Location Services and hybrid positioning hardware, every modern smartphone knows where it is. In this session, ActiveNick shows you how to build a truly “smart” cross-platform phone application by adding Geospatial Services to it. Using C# and MonoTouch for iOS, the Windows Phone SDK, and Mono for Android, you will learn how to locate the device using the phone GPS and other Location Services, display spatial data on maps, manipulate them with touch gestures, geocode addresses into lat/long pairs, and more. We’ll discuss the various mapping technologies, SDKs and APIs across various mobile platforms, how to tap into geospatial features programmatically with Xamarin tools, and explore how geospatial systems can benefit from mobile services and apps. Location Intelligence is a natural extension of mobility. Come learn how all mobile developers should also be geospatial developers.

Prerequisites: Basics of Windows Phone, iOS, Web or Android Development, Visual Studio 2012 or Xcode, Intermediate C# or Objective C, Calling REST Services from any language

Objectives

1.       Learn about location intelligence, geospatial applications and their related services, including map imagery, geocoding, routing, search and spatial storage.

2.       Learn about Location Services (GPS, A-GPS, IP lookup) on mobile platforms

3.       Build location-aware mobile applications on various mobile platforms


Speakers
avatar for Nick Landry

Nick Landry

Infragistics
Nick Landry is a Senior Product Manager for mobile & data visualization at Infragistics, the leader in UI development tools. With 20+ years of professional experience with the world's top brands, Nick is a regular conference speaker, published author, 9-year Microsoft MVP on Windows Phone Development, and specializes in Mobility, GIS, and Mobile Game Development.  Nick will cover how to create cross-platform geospatial apps with... Read More →


Tuesday April 16, 2013 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Crick Salon Level 6

2:30pm

The Xactimate Insurace App: Bringing 10m Lines of Code to Mobile
Speakers
avatar for Trent Gunderson

Trent Gunderson

Mobile Development Team Lead, Xactware
Trent is a mobile development team lead at Xactware. Trent worked many years as a software engineer on Xactware's CAD package called Sketch. Using Xamarin products he created a shared solution that has millions of lines of legacy C# code that is now running on both iOS and Android platforms.  Trent can speak on unique challenges that companies will face with large legacy code bases that are not MVC and converting and sharing code between... Read More →
avatar for Nick Sykes

Nick Sykes

Director of Mobile Projects, Xactware
Nick Sykes is the director of mobile projects at Xactware, a company specializing in reconstruction estimation and analytical software. Nick’s passions center on his family, his experience with technology, business, and art. Nick has led the production of many Xactware products, and will speak specifically about the process of transitioning large and intricate business tools to a mobile environment.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

2:30pm

Advanced Android Fragments
Speakers
avatar for Tom Opgenorth

Tom Opgenorth

Xamarin
Tom Opgenorth is a technical writer with Xamarin. In 2008 he picked up the first Android phone, the ADP1, and has been hooked on mobile technologies every since then. At Xamarin he spends his days on the documentation team, fusing the wonderful world of mobile and C# into samples and tutorials that make it easier for others to tackle cross platform development.  When not working, Tom is busy being dragged around by his trusty... Read More →


Tuesday April 16, 2013 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Goodall Salon Level 6

2:30pm

Create a Uniform Login Experience for Apps

Create a uniform login experience for apps with a centralized cloud authentication system


Speakers
avatar for Roy Cornelissen

Roy Cornelissen

Software Architect, Info Support
Roy is a software architect at Info Support and has spent over 13 years building enterprise systems using Microsoft technology. He specializes in mobile app design and development for iOS and Windows Phone. Roy will speak about cross platform architecture patterns and uniform federated identity management and login, based on his experience building apps for BCC, a major Netherlands retailer.
avatar for Marcel de Vries

Marcel de Vries

Technology Manager, Info Support
Marcel, Technology Manager at Info Support, spends most of his time helping customers build enterprise systems using Microsoft technology. Marcel writes articles on .NET, Application Lifecycle Management and Mobile and will speak about cross platform architecture patterns and uniform federated identity management and login, based on his experience building apps for BCC, a major Netherlands retailer.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Gould Salon Level 6

2:30pm

What's New in Xamarin.iOS
Speakers
avatar for Miguel de Icaza

Miguel de Icaza

CTO, Xamarin
Miguel de Icaza, Xamarin’s co-founder and CTO, has directed the Mono project since it’s inception and has won numerous awards including Time Magazine’s 100 innovators for the new century. Miguel’s topics at Evolve 2013 include mobile development trends, getting the most from C# and .NET, and Xamarin’s technology roadmap.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Watson Salon Level 6

4:00pm

Advanced iOS Build Mechanics, Improving Performance and Size
Speakers
SP

Sebastien Pouliot

Xamarin
Xamarin Hacker, Mono Contributor, Open Source Enthusiast with strong interests in Code Analysis, Cryptography and Security. Presently working on Xamarin.iOS, his previous work projects were Moonlight and libgdiplus and a large part of the cryptography work done inside Mono.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Crick Salon Level 6

4:00pm

What's New in Xamarin.Android
Speakers
JP

Jonathan Pryor

Xamarin
Jonathan is the Xamarin.Android lead, working on a life-long effort to reduce repetitive code injury via Mono, MonoTouch, DbLinq, Mono.Options, Cadenza, and Xamarin.Android. He has been contributing to various bits of Mono since 2002.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

4:00pm

Keeping Your Users Happy with Testable Apps

Testing is important on any platform, but the need to assure that your code is bulletproof is amplified in mobile apps. Through the megaphone of negative app store reviews and the impact bugs can have on someone depending on your app, the cost of shipping any kind of broken code is higher than ever.  You're probably familiar with concepts like unit testing and Inversion of Control from building for other platforms, but now there is no excuse for leaving these tools behind when developing mobile apps!


Speakers
avatar for Greg Shackles

Greg Shackles

Senior Software Engineer, OLO
Greg Shackles is a Senior Software Engineer at OLO, based in New York City. His book, Mobile Development with C#, published by O'Reilly, covers how to get started building iOS, Android and Windows Phone apps with C#. Greg speaks regularly at many user groups and developer events, and is also a co-author of a monthly Xamarin.Android column for Visual Studio Magazine. Outside of technology, Greg is obsessed with heavy metal, baseball, and craft... Read More →


Tuesday April 16, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Goodall Salon Level 6

4:00pm

GitHub Halp App: Minimizing Platform-Specific Code Using Mvvm
Speakers
avatar for Justin Spahr-Summers

Justin Spahr-Summers

Mac Developer, GitHub
Justin is a Mac Developer at GitHub and has contributed to several open source projects released by Github, including ReactiveCocoa, an Objective-C port of Microsoft's Reactive Extensions for .NET. Justin is also a big proponent of using MVVM, and will use Github's internal helpdesk app, Halp, to illustrate how to maximize code re-use.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Gould Salon Level 6

4:00pm

Beating Android Fragmentation
Speakers
avatar for Brett Duncavage

Brett Duncavage

Rdio
Brett Duncavage, Android Lead at Rdio, has been building mobile applications for over 10 years. His ongoing mission is to defeat device fragmentation in order to deliver fast, stable, and beautiful user experiences to as many device types as possible. Brett will be speaking about how to achieve this goal through examples of best practices and practical design.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Watson Salon Level 6

5:00pm

Lightning Talks #1
Tuesday April 16, 2013 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Crick Salon Level 6

5:00pm

Push Notifications with PushSharp
Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Dick

Jonathan Dick

Jonathan is a Database Administrator and Software Developer, and has been working with .NET since its beta days. He now focuses on mobile application development, and has written several Xamarin applications. He currently maintains PushSharp, an open source library for sending push notifications to multiple platforms, as well as ZXing.Net.Mobile, an open source, mobile Barcode scanning library.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

5:00pm

A Developer's Guide to Enterprise App Deployment: BYOD, MDM and YOU

Historically, enterprise app management and deployment has been a difficult task for IT administrators.  With remote locations, ever-changing hardware specifications, and constantly updating software packaged, IT staff were tasked with finding effective ways to keep their environments updated and secure.

While Blackberry provided a welcome respite from this with their Blackberry Enterprise Server platform, the recent explosion in the variety of mobile devices and platforms has again returned us to the unenviable position of identifying effective means of keeping mobile apps up-to-date in this BYOD world.

Hear more about the current offerings in the enterprise space for navigating the complex world of enterprise mobile app deployment.


Speakers
DH

David Hathaway

Xamarin
David is a senior Technical Key Account Manager with Xamarin working with Fortune 1000 companies on defining successful cross-platform mobile strategies. With over 10 years of hands-on experience building enterprise applications in Microsoft technologies, David plays a key role in helping Xamarin’s enterprise customers dive into the brave new world of mobile app development.
avatar for Stephanie Schatz

Stephanie Schatz

Xamarin
Stephanie leads Xamarin’s Sales and Customer Success team comprised of experienced mobile developers who advise Enterprise companies on mobile strategy and architecture and share best-practices around all aspects of mobile development. She has lived and worked in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, South America and the US, speaks five languages, and holds a Masters degree in International Business.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Goodall Salon Level 6

5:00pm

Cross Platform Tips and Tricks
Speakers
avatar for James Clancey

James Clancey

Xamarin
James Clancey is a passionate mobile developer.  He is the creator of the popular iOS app "gMusic: a Google Music player". Currently at Xamarin, Clancey specializes in building cross platform apps. During Evolve he will be training, speaking, "1on1ing", and maybe sleeping if time permits. He also enjoys 90's music, Pizza, Mountain Dew, and long walks on the beach.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Gould Salon Level 6

5:00pm

Building Connected, Cross-Platform Mobile Apps With Azure

In this session you will learn how to easily add a scalable Windows Azure backend to your Xamarin-based applications. We’ll start from a cross platform, but local-only application and bring it to life with shared data, authentication and push notifications, all using Windows Azure Mobile Services.


Speakers
avatar for Paul Batum

Paul Batum

Microsoft
Paul is a Program Manager in Windows Azure and builds cloud-based services that make life easier for mobile developers. Previously he's worked on WebSockets for .NET and Fluent NHibernate, an open source and convention based object-relational mapping library. When he's not building systems or ranting about code reuse you can probably find him in Minecraft, working on his latest crazy contraption.


Tuesday April 16, 2013 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Watson Salon Level 6

6:30pm

Food Truck Party

Get ready for the fantastic food of Austin, Texas. This city is famous for its innovative food scene as well as the country’s best barbeque. At Xamarin’s Evolve 2013 you’ll feast on authentic Austin grub with as much Austin craft beer as you can hold. Imagine slow roasted pork with onion marmalade, chicken & waffles, miso glazed salmon, Texas Hawaiian sandwiches (that’s just wrong!) or jalapeno smoked beef brisket.

(entering on Neches St, directly across from the Hilton) 


Tuesday April 16, 2013 6:30pm - 10:00pm
Brush Square Park 409 East 5th Street, Austin, Texas, 78701
 
Wednesday, April 17
 

9:00am

Buttons are a Hack

Touch gestures are sweeping away buttons, menus and windows from mobile devices—and even from the next version of Windows. Find out why those familiar desktop widgets are weak replacements for manipulating content directly, and learn to craft touchscreen interfaces that effortlessly teach users new gesture vocabularies. The challenge: gestures are invisible, without the visual cues offered by buttons and menus. As your touchscreen app sheds buttons, how do people figure out how to use the thing? Learn to lead your audience by the hand (and fingers) with practical techniques that make invisible gestures obvious. Designer Josh Clark (author of "Tapworthy") mines a variety of surprising sources for interface inspiration and design patterns. Along the way, discover the subtle power of animation, why you should be playing lots more video games, and why a toddler is your best beta tester.


Speakers
avatar for Josh Clark

Josh Clark

global moxie
Josh Clark specializes in mobile design strategy and user experience. He is the founder of Global Moxie and the author of four books, including Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps. In his Evolve session, titled “Buttons are a Hack” Josh will talk about how touch gestures are sweeping away buttons, menus and windows from mobile devices and how you can craft touchscreen interfaces that effortlessly teach users new gesture... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 9:00am - 9:45am
Watson Salon Level 6

10:00am

Writing Native Mac Apps in C# with Xamarin.Mac

Dive into Xamarin.Mac as we explore how to quickly develop native Mac applications with Xamarin's newest product. We'll start with a review of basic concepts surrounding Cocoa, explore building the user interface in the Xcode designer, and touch on some more advanced topics of Mac development. We'll cover all the project, build, and deployment options for your Mac app in Xamarin Studio as we build an exciting and immersive demo ready for the App Store.


Speakers
avatar for Aaron Bockover

Aaron Bockover

Xamarin
Aaron is a beer, bacon, and cat connoisseur who joined Xamarin to take on Xamarin.Mac. Previously he worked at Rdio on the C# core that powers their Android, iOS, and Windows Phone products, and at Novell on Banshee, openSUSE, and MeeGo. Aaron has been a developer, user, and advocate of Mono since 2002.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am
Crick Salon Level 6

10:00am

Android Tips and Tricks

We will explore how Android (especially in recent versions) lets you develop awesomer apps and how you can tap into that potential with Xamarin.Android. Topics covered will include graphics, user interaction, best practices and animations.


Speakers
avatar for Jérémie Laval

Jérémie Laval

Xamarin
French guy, Xamarin hacker, I have been in the Mono scene for a long time, working on the various open-source part of the project. These days, I'm working on improving our developer experience for Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android


Wednesday April 17, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am
Fossey Salon Level 6

10:00am

Cross-Platform UI Controls
Speakers
avatar for Andrey Baskov

Andrey Baskov

Touch Instinct
Andrey Baskov is a founder and CEO at Touch Instinct, one of the leading mobile software outsourcing companies in Russia. He started working with Xamarin technologies almost 3 years ago and then founded a company which specializes in developing mobile apps using Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android. Touch Instinct is one of the first major developers for Xamarin Components. Andrey will talk about how his company was building these components and how... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am
Goodall Salon Level 6

10:00am

Building the first Core Banking App with Xamarin

Using Xamarin for banking...


Speakers
avatar for Marc Ghys

Marc Ghys

CTO, Axemia
Marc is co-founder and CTO of Axemia, a company that specializes in building mission critical applications for large enterprises. He has been programming all kinds of computing devices since he got his first HP calculator when he was 12. Being a big believer in the mobile revolution, he will give you an inside peek into one of their most ambitious projects yet: building a core-banking app with 1000+ screens for iPad.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am
Gould Salon Level 6

10:00am

Multiplatformism: Lessons Learned Bringing Bastion to Six New Platforms
Speakers
avatar for Andrew Wang

Andrew Wang

CTO, Supergiant Games
After graduating from MIT, Andrew joined Infinity Ward as an engineer on the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare franchise. Now he is the CTO of Supergiant Games, the independent studio whose first game Bastion earned more than 100 industry accolades. At Evolve 2013, Andrew will speak to the technical challenges and design goals involved in the year-long effort to bring Bastion to six new platforms.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am
Watson Salon Level 6

11:15am

Getting the Most from Xamarin Studio

This session will help every user get more out of Xamarin Studio by discovering advanced functionality and customizing the development experience. It starts with an overview of the Xamarin Studio workspace and how it can be customized, explores many hidden and not-so-well-known features all over the IDE that make coding, debugging and navigation quicker and easier, and concludes with an introduction to advanced customization with addins.


Speakers
avatar for Michael Hutchinson

Michael Hutchinson

Xamarin
Michael has been working on the open-source MonoDevelop IDE and other projects in the Mono ecosystem since taking part in the 2005 Summer of Code. In 2007 he joined Novell, where he was responsible for IDE tooling for web, mobile and Mac technologies such as ASP.NET, MonoTouch, Mono for Android and MonoMac. At Xamarin, he continues to work on making MonoDevelop a first-class development experience.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 11:15am - 12:15pm
Crick Salon Level 6

11:15am

Walkthrough: Binding Java Libraries

This session will review then why’s, what’s, and when’s of binding Java libraries, and will demonstrate binding a .jar file.


Speakers
JP

Jonathan Pryor

Xamarin
Jonathan is the Xamarin.Android lead, working on a life-long effort to reduce repetitive code injury via Mono, MonoTouch, DbLinq, Mono.Options, Cadenza, and Xamarin.Android. He has been contributing to various bits of Mono since 2002.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 11:15am - 12:15pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

11:15am

Intro to Calabash

Jonas and Karl, the Calabash creators, will give an overview of the framework.  See the underlying technology behind Xamarin Test Center live.  



Wednesday April 17, 2013 11:15am - 12:15pm
Goodall Salon Level 6

11:15am

Building the Blue Cross Blue Shield Louisiana App With Xamarin

Learn how RBA developed a Xamarin-based, cross platform, enterprise mobile app for BCBS Louisiana which allows members secure access to their health insurance information.  A common code base supports both iOS and Android apps that allow searching for health care providers, viewing claims, submitting inquiries, and reviewing benefits, deductibles and balances.  Code was also shared with a SharePoint based mobile web site.

This session will cover the application architecture and explore the challenges and solutions to integrating with legacy systems, building a Universal app (iPhone/iPad), and dealing with sensitive data in a secure manner.  Also covered will be the manner in which mapping and directions, geo location, contact integration, local storage, messaging, web site integration, and disconnected data access were handled.


Speakers
avatar for Steven Balusek

Steven Balusek

RBA
Steven Balusek is Practice Manager for RBA’s Application Development, Portals, and Infrastructure Practices in Dallas. Steven is a 15 year Consultant, Engagement Manager and Architect in the Microsoft application development space, with experience in delivering mobile applications in Healthcare, Financial Services, Hospitality, and Insurance. Steven will present an in depth case study on how Xamarin was used to deliver cross platform mobile... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gould Salon Level 6

11:15am

Using Async in Your Mobile App

The session will cover async usage within your application or library from basics to recommended best practices for advanced users to get best of C# 5 async.


Speakers
MS

Marek Safar

Xamarin
Marek Safar is dedicated C# compiler engineer with over decade compiler’s experience. Working on C# compiler since version 1.0 implementing most of C# features.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 11:15am - 12:15pm
Watson Salon Level 6

12:30pm

Lunch
Wednesday April 17, 2013 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Franklin Salon (4th Floor) Level 4

1:30pm

Mapping on iOS and Android

In this session, we’ll look at the native mapping solutions for iOS and Android.  iOS has the new Apple Maps support while retaining the existing APIs.  In this part of the session, we’ll look at location services, maps, placing pins on maps, and responding to events.  In the Android section, we’ll look at the same functionality on the Android platform.  While not being directly addressed, the Google Maps for iOS SDK will be mentioned and source code for an example will be available.


Speakers
avatar for Wally McClure

Wally McClure

Wally McClure specializes in building applications that have large numbers of users and large amounts of data, as well as user interface specific technologies, such as Ajax, iPhone and Android. He is a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, and Author.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Crick Salon Level 6

1:30pm

Walkthrough: Binding Objective-C Libraries
Speakers
avatar for Miguel de Icaza

Miguel de Icaza

CTO, Xamarin
Miguel de Icaza, Xamarin’s co-founder and CTO, has directed the Mono project since it’s inception and has won numerous awards including Time Magazine’s 100 innovators for the new century. Miguel’s topics at Evolve 2013 include mobile development trends, getting the most from C# and .NET, and Xamarin’s technology roadmap.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

1:30pm

Building Great App Experiences With Scalable Cloud Services

Using Parse...


Speakers
avatar for David Poll

David Poll

Software Engineer, Parse
David is a software engineer at Parse, an a cappella and barbershop singer, and a self-described geek who has worked for both Microsoft and Google prior to Parse. In his spare time, he builds apps, which is how David found his way to Parse. He will be speaking about the role scalable cloud services play in great user experiences.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Goodall Salon Level 6

1:30pm

Sharing Up to 80% Code for iOS, Android and Windows, A Retail App Case Study

In this session we will show you how you can create a mobile application for the primary platforms that dominate the market at this moment and in the near future. We will show you how you can program for different platforms while sharing up to 80% of code across the different platforms. We will show you architectural patterns and tips and tricks in C# to abstract device dependencies and increasing your shared codebase. This session is for you if you want to know how you can leverage your existing investments in the .NET platform and C# language. During the session we will build an application that will run on iOS, Android, WP7 & 8 and Windows 8. We also will show you examples of apps we already have in the stores, so you know it is real! This session will show the tools Visual Studio, Mono for Android and Mono Touch for iOS to program all the devices using C#

You will learn:

* How to build Native apps with C# on iOS, Android and Windows

* Coding patterns that help you reuse more code cross platforms

* How to apply a solution structure that enables better code sharing between projects


Speakers
avatar for Roy Cornelissen

Roy Cornelissen

Software Architect, Info Support
Roy is a software architect at Info Support and has spent over 13 years building enterprise systems using Microsoft technology. He specializes in mobile app design and development for iOS and Windows Phone. Roy will speak about cross platform architecture patterns and uniform federated identity management and login, based on his experience building apps for BCC, a major Netherlands retailer.
avatar for Marcel de Vries

Marcel de Vries

Technology Manager, Info Support
Marcel, Technology Manager at Info Support, spends most of his time helping customers build enterprise systems using Microsoft technology. Marcel writes articles on .NET, Application Lifecycle Management and Mobile and will speak about cross platform architecture patterns and uniform federated identity management and login, based on his experience building apps for BCC, a major Netherlands retailer.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Gould Salon Level 6

1:30pm

What It Takes to Build Mobile Smash Hits
Speakers
avatar for Bart Decrem

Bart Decrem

SVP and GM Disney Mobile Games, Disney
Bart Decrem is SVP and General Manager for Disney Mobile Games, the group behind the smartphone smash hits Where’s My Water, Temple Run: Brave and Where’s My Perry. Previously, Bart was founder and CEO of Tapulous, founded Flock (acquired by Zynga), co-founded Eazel, and ran marketing and business affairs for the Firefox 1.0 launch. Learn from Bart what it takes to build great mobile user experiences and smash hits.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Watson Salon Level 6

2:30pm

Crafting interactions with Core Animation

Core Animation, the layer-based animation system in iOS and OS X, dwells at the heart of nearly every view element and is just begging to be exploited to create dynamic, useful, and delightful interactions. Interaction Design is not solely the purview of visual designers; we developers have a strong influence in making expressive, personal application experiences. In this session we will explore the most common use cases for animations in our apps, the inevitable gotchas of edge cases, and dive deep into the Core Animation APIs made available to us.


Speakers
avatar for David Ortinau

David Ortinau

Shutterfly
David Ortinau is a UI developer for ThisLife, a photo and video startup recently acquired by Shutterfly. David has been breathing life into interactive experiences for 17 years using a wide variety of technologies, and has deployed apps to iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.  David will speak about how to create delectable animations with Core Animation.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Crick Salon Level 6

2:30pm

Kimberly-Clark: Challenging the Field Service Status Quo with an iPad
Speakers
GD

Grant Davies

CEO and Solutions Architect, Bluetube
Grant Davies is the CEO and Solutions Architect for Bluetube, an award winning digital agency pioneering tablet, mobile and web experiences. Grant has over 20 years of experience in strategy, thought leadership and enterprise architecture.  Grant will join Kim MacDougall from Kimberly-Clark on stage to speak about how the iPad is challenging the customer engagement status quo.
avatar for Kim MacDougall

Kim MacDougall

Senior Capability Development Manager, Kimberly-Clark
Kim  is a Senior Capability Development Manager at Kimberly-Clark Professional, with over 25 years of technical and customer experience. Her focus is driving sales through technical training and innovative customer engagement.  Kim’s formal training is as a chemist, but she has served as a process engineer, research scientist, customer technical liaison and sales trainer during her tenure at Kimberly-Clark.  She will join... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

2:30pm

Maximize Code-Sharing with Xamarin.Mobile
Speakers
avatar for James Clancey

James Clancey

Xamarin
James Clancey is a passionate mobile developer.  He is the creator of the popular iOS app "gMusic: a Google Music player". Currently at Xamarin, Clancey specializes in building cross platform apps. During Evolve he will be training, speaking, "1on1ing", and maybe sleeping if time permits. He also enjoys 90's music, Pizza, Mountain Dew, and long walks on the beach.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Goodall Salon Level 6

2:30pm

Building Hybrid Apps wtih Xamarin
Speakers
avatar for Ryan Paul

Ryan Paul

Xamarin
Ryan Paul is Xamarin's developer evangelist. He is also a Linux enthusiast, an open source software developer, and the creator of Ubuntu's built-in social networking framework. Prior to joining Xamarin, he was a contributing editor at Ars Technica, where he wrote articles about software development.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Gould Salon Level 6

2:30pm

Tips and Tricks for Visual Studio 2012

In this fast-paced session we’ll be walking through the new IDE features in Visual Studio 2012 designed to help you be more productive inside the IDE. Come see how we’ve improved the developer experience by streamlining the common tasks, simplifying the environment, and allowing developers to focus on the code that matters.


Speakers
avatar for Kevin Pilch-Bisson

Kevin Pilch-Bisson

Microsoft
Kevin has worked on Developer Tools at Microsoft for the last 10 years.  During that time he has worked on the C# and VB.net IDE experience, including features like IntelliSense, formatting, refactoring, colorization and more.  For the last 3 years, he has been the development lead of the IDE Services for Microsoft's Roslyn project. Outside he has a beautiful wife and 3 great kids.  He loves to run and drink beer.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Watson Salon Level 6

4:00pm

Fast UI Creation With MonoTouch.Dialog
Speakers
avatar for Nic Wise

Nic Wise

Fast Chicken
Nic Wise worked in the mobile space before it was cool (which was also before it made either money or sense). He has worked on a wide variety of projects from websites to warehousing, point-of-sale to email archiving, and still gets a kick out of other people using apps he's written. While from New Zealand, he currently lives in London, and (when he's not coding) can usually be found fairly close to an espresso or a bicycle.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Crick Salon Level 6

4:00pm

Lightning Talks 2
Wednesday April 17, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Fossey Salon Level 6

4:00pm

Protecting Data on Device with SQLCipher

This session will present an overview of mobile device security threats and the challenges facing device-level protection schemes. It will then introduce the SQLCipher library as a means to enhance application-level security with database encryption, and provide instruction on how to use SQLCipher with Xamarin development tools.


Speakers
avatar for Stephen Lombardo

Stephen Lombardo

Zetetic LLC
Stephen Lombardo specializes in solutions for security-enhanced mobile and web applications at Zetetic. He is a core maintainer of SQLCipher, a popular full database encryption library. He'll explain how to use SQLCipher with Xamarin development tools to secure application data on mobile devices.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Goodall Salon Level 6

4:00pm

Mobile's Impact on Real-time Decision Making and Visualization

Mobile's impact on real-time decision making and mobile data visualization


Speakers
avatar for Jesse Beaumont

Jesse Beaumont

Shinobi Controls
Jesse was born in Santa Monica, CA, grew up in Germany and now lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. It was a great experience but his accent now suffers from an ongoing identity crisis! His career spans 12 years working as a software engineer, holding a broad range of positions from developer to CTO across SMEs, start-ups and multi-national corporations. As ShinobiControl’s COO, Jesse will speak at Evolve about how mobile is impacting real-time... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Gould Salon Level 6

4:00pm

Cross-Platform Barcode Scanning with ZXing
Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Dick

Jonathan Dick

Jonathan is a Database Administrator and Software Developer, and has been working with .NET since its beta days. He now focuses on mobile application development, and has written several Xamarin applications. He currently maintains PushSharp, an open source library for sending push notifications to multiple platforms, as well as ZXing.Net.Mobile, an open source, mobile Barcode scanning library.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Watson Salon Level 6

5:00pm

Conference Closing Session

Closing session with exciting announcements and give-aways


Speakers
avatar for Nat Friedman

Nat Friedman

CEO, Xamarin
Nat Friedman, Xamarin’s co-founder and CEO, has been writing software for 27 years and is passionate about entrepreneurship and building amazing products. Nat will cover key mobile trends and predictions, Xamarin’s future direction, and ways for you to capitalize on mobile - the largest software market ever.
avatar for Miguel de Icaza

Miguel de Icaza

CTO, Xamarin
Miguel de Icaza, Xamarin’s co-founder and CTO, has directed the Mono project since it’s inception and has won numerous awards including Time Magazine’s 100 innovators for the new century. Miguel’s topics at Evolve 2013 include mobile development trends, getting the most from C# and .NET, and Xamarin’s technology roadmap.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Watson Salon Level 6