Today I received my “Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer” badge from Xamarin University. After using Xamarin tools for almost 5 years I thought it was time for a certification 🙂 Although I think that hands-on experience is more important than a “title” it’s nice to be part of a great community of Xamarin developers world-wide.
Visual Studio users know that when they want to break into source code when any exception occurs, they go into the Exception Settings (in Visual Studio 2015, choose Debug > Windows > Exception Settings) and switch on any or all Common Language Runtime Exceptions): The same exists in Xamarin Studio, although maybe less intuitive to […]
Since a couple of days, my standard development IDE for mobile (Xamarin) development is Xamarin Studio. As a Visual Studio addict it has been strange developing in another environment, but I still see the benefits of my decision: my iOS builds are blazing fast compared to the the Visual Studio environment running inside Parallels. But now […]
Microsoft Visual Studio has been my development environment since ages. I used to develop in Microsoft Visual Basic and in early 2002 I moved to Microsoft .NET and the C# language. So for more than 20 years it was the first item on my Windows desktop. When ReSharper was released it became my number 2 […]