Topic: xamarin

New integration platform from xMatters, GitLab 8.5, and Microsoft announces TypeScript 1.8—SD Times digest: Feb. 23, 2016

xMatters, a BPM company, announced today the release of its integration platform, which has connectivity technology designed to help enterprises overcome hurdles in DevOps adoption. Enterprises face challenges in embracing DevOps as a result of the agility of modern systems conflicting with compliance, stability and reliability requirements of legacy systems, said the company. The xMatters … continue reading

BlackBerry’s Priv boosts security software for Android, iOS 9.1 introduces middle finger emoji, and HP to shutdown Helion cloud—SD Times news digest: Oct. 22, 2015

BlackBerry is toughening up the Priv’s Android software to convince buyers that the Priv will be able to protect user privacy and be less susceptible to malware than other Android devices, according to an official BlackBerry blog. BlackBerry has applied its security model to Android and added several features, including BlackBerry’s Hardware Root of Trust … continue reading

Android Developer Conference highlights growing community

The underlying theme for this year’s Android Developer Conference was cross-platform development, with even Intel getting in on the multi-OS targeting party. This was reflected in the vendors at the show today. For developers looking to deploy to Android and iOS, they have a new option: Darwino. This platform allows developers to build applications that … continue reading

Visual Studio 2015: An insider’s review

Microsoft has made many moves in 2015, with each step proving it is not the Microsoft of old. The company is embracing change, from open-sourcing parts of the .NET framework, to building applications for competing platforms—sometimes before their own platforms. This year we are getting a new version of Windows, both desktop and mobile, and … continue reading

Xamarin offers update on Roslyn/Mono integration efforts

Xamarin and the Mono Project community are still working to integrate Microsoft’s open-source Roslyn compiler into Mono. In a post on his personal blog, Xamarin CTO Miguel de Icaza detailed the Xamarin and Mono efforts on two fronts: using Roslyn as Mono’s default compiler, and as its IDE engine powering code completion and refactoring. Over … continue reading

Xamarin Teams with Oracle to Accelerate End-to-End Enterprise Mobility

SAN FRANCISCO–Xamarin today announced a relationship with Oracle that helps enterprises quickly implement high-quality mobile apps and gain a competitive advantage. The Xamarin SDK for Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, available today, allows enterprises to create scalable mobile solutions for iOS, Android, and Windows, with secure data integration and management. This new SDK, together with Oracle … continue reading

Developing high-quality code, the .NET way

Every developer wants to create great software that users can appreciate. Unfortunately, creating software that disappoints is easy. Conversely, creating high-quality software that users will appreciate is hard. Fortunately there are a number of things you can do and tools you can use to create high-quality software. This article will talk about those things that … continue reading

Microsoft Ignite: Rounding up the developer news

Microsoft announced a slew of product news at the Microsoft Ignite conference in Chicago, but in a conference of more than 23,000 attendees, the active expo floor offered arguably more news on software development tools and releases for developers in the Microsoft space. Below is a rundown of some of the interesting companies and developer … continue reading

Build: Rounding up the third-party Microsoft developer tool news

Microsoft announced a great deal at the 2015 Build developer conference, from the new cross-platform Visual Studio Code IDE, to news on Azure, Windows 10, Cortana, and its next-generation browser. Build isn’t all about Microsoft itself, though, as the companies making up the third-party developer-tooling ecosystem around Microsoft products also rolled out updates, new features … continue reading

Dice’s top trending technology skills, Box Developer Edition, and Microsoft’s bug bounty expansion—SD Times news digest: April 23, 2015

Dice has released its latest analysis of its online job postings, which revealed the fastest-growing technology skills. The Top 10 trending skills, according to Dice, are Cloudera Impala, Adobe Experience Manager, Ansible, Xamarin, OnCue, Laravel, RStudio, Unified Functional Testing, Pascal and Apache Kafka. (Related: Five key skills for Linux job seekers) “Skills rise and fall … continue reading

A look at the Hadoop landscape through an investor’s eyes

When it comes to Silicon Valley, it is the venture capitalists that are the big-name Hollywood producers. Convince one of them to get on board, and your dreams of digital riches could come true. That was certainly the case with .NET on Linux and mobile company Xamarin, one of Max Gazor’s first investments when he … continue reading

Android usage, Xamarin for Students, and HP’s cloud computing—SD Times news digest: April 8, 2015

Android Lollipop is slowly making its way to more and more users. In February, it was reported that only 1.6% were using Lollipop. But the operating system made it to 3.3% in March, and now Google has revealed that 5.4% of users are using either Android 5.0 or 5.1. Lollipop’s usage now surpasses Android Froyo, … continue reading

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