On this episode of The Upside, we speak to Nat Friedman, CEO of Xamarin, a company that is taking C# to Android and iOS.
Today, Xamarin announced the availability of Xamarin 2.0, which brings a new IDE in the form of Xamarin Studio, a component store, and a plugin for Visual Studio that allows iOS development in Visual Studio.
While Xamarin itself is less than two years old, Friedman and his team have years of background in Mono and open source, giving this "startup" a large boost that many companies do not have.
In this episode of The Upside, we talk to the CEO of Xamarin, Nat Friedman. The discussion starts in Xamarin's part of the mobile ecosystem, before exploring open-source FUD, the prospects of the upcoming batch of mobile OSes, and how developers are getting Java bytecode to run on iOS.
Running time: 24 minutes, 17 seconds