WHAT’S UP WORLD? A few days back, the Internet went crazy about Facebook having some pretty interesting AI mishaps reported by their FAIR team. The official story says calm down while the bloggers next door are restocking their shelves waiting for Skynet to make its move. Regardless, this post is not about that. As it
WELCOME BACK Y’ALL! Let’s catch up a bit. My Final Year Project is more or less complete and maybe I’ll blog about it soon! Good news is, I find myself suddenly unburdened and free to resume blogging again (YAY!). Our topic for today will be: Xamarin Navigation Service. WHY, YOU ASK? Let’s just say:
HELLO Y’ALL! As you may have noticed, the posts have slowed down here. I am currently working on my Final Year Project, and it’s not playing nice with my side projects – including this blog. Regular posts should resume by April 2017. Thanks for bearing with me till then 🙂
HAPPY NEW YEAR WORLD! A blog post was long overdue. So here is one that I wrote last year (I had to sneak in a New Year pun), but never got around to posting it. A couple of months back, I had an amazing opportunity – in no small part thanks to Microsoft and the
This post is a follow-up on the previous Xamarin Forms: MVVM article and is based on the same set of codes and patterns. You can also check out the entirety of the source code – GitHub Link. Well, it’s been a while. Let’s dive right into it, shall we? WHAT IS AN OBSERVABLE COLLECTION?
FAIR WARNING: This article gives an extensive and detailed explanation of MVVM with Xamarin. Feel free to skip directly to sections of interest using the Jump List. Already an adept of Xamarin and MVVM? Check out my source code directly – GitHub Link This tutorial assumes you have a basic knowledge of C# as well
Take a wild guess at the biggest problem someone hosting his blog on Microsoft Azure could face. Money? Not really. Sure you need an Azure account, but this baby is running on a Free Web App plan at this very moment! Functionality? Nope. Azure manages my websites pretty well. No complaints there. THE PROBLEM
ASP.NET IS NOW OPEN SOURCE! Yes it has been so for a while now. So why am I bringing this up? Last Saturday, a couple of friends and I decided to attend an open session on the subject. The meetup was really interesting and informative. Attendees were mostly members from the MSCC – Mauritius Software
A few weeks back, I attended an “event” of some sorts. As usual, here I was drafting a blog post with my personal views on it when I saw this Article on TECHRADAR about Windows 10 Mobile possibly being released this month. Sorry folks. Event coverage has been postponed. This post is especially for all
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