Xamarin Android course

September 9, 2014 at 8:39 pm 1 comment

Xamarin Certified

Certified in 2014

Free Guest Access!
I’ve added free guest access to the first two weeks of my course here: CS235AM Moodle Course. You can log in using the “Guest” button without being enrolled as a student at the college. If you like what you see, you can enroll as a student at Lane Community College, then contact me so I can clear you to register for CRN 33368. The class starts January 8, 2018, but you can register later after cheking out the first week or two.

Every year, I teach an Android app development course which is offered through the Computer Information Technology (CIT) department of Lane Community College. I teach the course using both Android Studio and the  Xamarin platform for mobile app development.  Xamarin provides a whole suite of tools and libraries that let you write native Android apps using C# and Mono (an open-source port of the .NET framework). 

You can take this class from anywhere in the world, since it is offered both on-line and on-campus! For registration and enrollment information check out the CIT Computer Programming web page.

BTW, If you aren’t a programmer and want to learn to create Android apps using a simple drag-and-drop approach, you can take our App Inventor class- CIS125M, Software Tools: Mobile Development.

Entry filed under: .NET, Android, C Sharp, Development, Mobile, Programming, Xamarin. Tags: , , , , , .

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Jessica  |  December 21, 2017 at 9:31 am

    Taking this class was a big stepping stone in my understanding of programming, and opened doors to opportunities I would have otherwise missed out on. That’s great that you’re offering this class again, anyone interested in app development should definitely take advantage of this option!


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