Gone Mobile is a podcast discussing the latest in mobile development, with a healthy bias towards Xamarin technologies. The podcast covers in-depth topics with guests ranging from Android, iOS & Windows development to mobile marketing and design, as well as other mobile or not so mobile related technologies.
You may know Eric Sink from the database syncing product Zumero, or perhaps the source control versioning system SourceGear. Now, Eric is building a platform for High School sports fundraising, and he's doing it in .NET.
Creating apps from spreadsheets? You bet! In this episode we're joined by Jason Smith and Mark Probst, formerly of Xamarin/Microsoft, to talk about their new endeavor called Glide. Glide's goal is to let you build beautiful, data-powered apps quickly and easily, so tune in to learn what it's all about!
It's been awhile since we've had a good F# discussion, so for our final episode of 2018 we decided to fix that. Join us as we talk to Jim Bennett about the latest and greatest in the world of F# and how it's becoming a better option than ever before for building mobile apps!
Bryan can finally share what he's been working on, and "IoT" is full of .NET goodness! On this episode we talk to Bryan Costanich about Meadow, a new microcontroller where .NET is king. This isn't your typical microcontroller, give us a listen!
Building a business around software is hard work, and often it's hard to come across detailed advice from those who have dared to give it a shot. In this episode we're joined by Matthew Robbins, founder of MFractor, to talk about his experiences building a company around developer tooling, and what he's learned along the way. If you're curious to peek behind the curtain of building MFractor, this is the episode for you!