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Top Ten Things You Should Know When Starting a Xamarin Mobile Project

Xamarin reduces the learning curve needed to get you building native mobile apps. But, it doesn't flatten the curve entirely. Discover what awaits you in this weird and wonderful new world!

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Get Your Hands on a Microsoft HoloLens Device

Microsoft Hololens devices will be available first quarter 2016 for developers. Microsoft is taking names now for the devices.

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Using WndProc to Override Mouse Functions

Learn how to use the simple, yet powerful, WndProc command and its associated methods to override various window and mouse functions.

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Developers Have Spoken: See Our Polls Results

We asked the questions one at a time. Would your answers have trended the same as the majority on each question stated?

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Lesson Learned: The Need for a Domain Language

Translation costs time and money, and can affect the quality of the product being made. Make sure all your team members speak the same language.

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Communicating Through USB Ports with Visual Basic

Has your USB stick been properly inserted, or has it been removed? A bit of VB code will resolve that question for you.

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