Xamarin & Microsoft WWDC 2016 Party by Xamarin
Come and join Xamarin and Microsoft after the WWDC 2016 State of the Union. We’ll be providing food and drinks and chatting about iOS.
All iOS & OS X devs are welcome! (even if you're not attending WWDC)
Monday, June 13. Starting immediately after the “State of the Union” (estimated 5:00)
1355 Market Street, 3FL
San Francisco, CA 94103
(behind the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium)
Win One of Three Prizes Valued at Over $300 each*
Simply check in at the door and you'll be entered into our draw to win your choice of an Apple Watch Sports or an Xbox One* (1 winner announced every hour).
Come see the Test Cloud Wall in action and indulge in the Xamarin Playground. Tinker with the latest robotics, including Sphero and Robugtix; fly Parrot drones or just sit back and relax in one of our massage chairs.
The latest from Microsoft on iOS
Microsoft's San Francisco office is home to the Outlook mobile team. You’ll be meeting with the developers building Outlook for iOS, the app The Verge recently called the “best email app for iOS” and getting a closer look on how Microsoft is reinventing itself on iOS.
But we’re not just about email. Microsoft is also building some of the most widely used productivity apps out there, with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneDrive all setting the gold standard on iOS. On top of that, we’re proud to include innovative apps in our family, like SwiftKey, one of the best keyboards for iOS out there, and MileIQ, ranked number 1 on the app store for Finance.
Whether it's Minecraft, Office, or Skype, we love building apps. We're excited to get to talk about it with you.
The latest from Xamarin on Mobile Testing
The huge variety of form factors, OS versions, and OEM configurations makes guaranteeing app quality and consistency across a wide range of devices extremely difficult with standard methods for addressing mobile quality.
Automatically testing apps on real devices, and monitoring apps and user behavior once released are the only sustainable ways to solve the fragmentation problem.
Xamarin Test Cloud lets teams test every feature on more than a thousand devices and on every commit. Catching bugs before release shortens development cycles and allows more time for innovation. We'll also be offering exclusive one-on-one time with a Xamarin Test Cloud Engineer to walk you through the best way to automate testing on your apps.
*Valued up to $349
- Alcohol Available
- Food Available
- Open to All