Jim Bennett

Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, Xamarin Certified Developer, author of Xamarin In Action, blogger, speaker, father and lover of beer, whisky and Thai food. Opinions are my own.

  Redmond, WA, USA

My book:

Xamarin In Action

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Introduction to UI Testing with Xamarin

This article is an excerpt from Xamarin in Action. Save 37% off the cover price using code fccbennett at http://xam.jbb.io. One of the great things about the MVVM design pattern is that it allows us to maximize the code in our cross-platform model and view-model layers. This means we’ve written the bulk of our code and we’ve also written unit…

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Xamarin In Action

Over the last few months I've been busily writing away on my first book - Xamarin In Action for Manning publications. Manning are a pretty serious publisher, they count Jon Skeet amongst their authors so it was quite an honor to be asked to write for them. The first 3 chapters are now available to buy under the Manning early access program - under…

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Xamarin in Action is now on the bookshelves!

Finally, after 2 years since I first put pen to paper (well, put keystroke to Atom), Xamarin in Action is done and available from your favorite bookseller as a printed, paper book, with a forward from my good friend, the amazing James Montemagno! You can buy this book in one of two ways - an eBook in PDF, kindle, iBook format, or a printed boo…

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Introduction to UI Testing with Xamarin

This article is an excerpt from Xamarin in Action. Save 37% off the cover price using code fccbennett at http://xam.jbb.io. One of the great things about the MVVM design pattern is that it allows us to maximize the code in our cross-platform model and view-model layers. This means we’ve written the bulk of our code and we’ve also written unit…

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Xamarin In Action

Over the last few months I've been busily writing away on my first book - Xamarin In Action for Manning publications. Manning are a pretty serious publisher, they count Jon Skeet amongst their authors so it was quite an honor to be asked to write for them. The first 3 chapters are now available to buy under the Manning early access program - under…

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Reviewed - Xamarin Mobile Application Development

Xamarin Mobile Application Development By Dan Hermes (@ lexiconsystems) Recently I was lucky enough to get my hands on an early draft of Xamarin Mobile Application Development by Dan Hermes. This is a book aimed at the .Net developer who wants to get started with Xamarin, primarily with Xamarin.Forms. Let me start by saying this isn't a 'read i…

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