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Leale Solutions is now a Xamarin Premier Consulting Partner

Posted: September 25th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Press Release | Tags: , , , | No Comments »

Xamarin Premier Partner Leale Solutions is proud to announce that we have joined forces with Xamarin. Leale Solutions is now a Xamarin Premier Partner. Leale Solutions is committed to serve our clients with word class solutions built to empower your business. With Xamarin, we write your apps entirely in C#, sharing the same code base across iOS, Android, Windows, Mac and more. Xamarin allows developers take advantage of powerful language features like Linq, Lambda expressions, Async programming, reflection and dependency injection as well as many other powerful features such as:

- Reuse existing C# code from existing applications.
- Use Visual Studio as IDE with its powerful extensions like Resharper.
- Native access to the platform libraries (Android, iOS).
- Code sharing between mobile apps.
- Xamarin components to share hardware features like a camera and GPS, as well as social media networks code between platforms
- Use native libraries with bindings to facilitate powerful features brought to market quickly.

Please join us in celebrating our newest partnership with a tremendous new development platform.

The Leale Solutions Team

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Steven is a seasoned technologist providing innovative solutions for almost 2 decades. Steven “cut his teeth” as a Database Administrator and developer, even coauthoring multiple published works. His leadership experience in corporate roles of Project Manager, Director and CTO as well as a strong analytical background facilitated a seamless transition to the role of entrepreneur. He is cofounder and COO of Leale Solutions beginning in 2007. His qualities and skillset of effective communications, integrity and transparency permeate through every aspect of Leale Solutions.

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