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Learn about 3D printing and Xamarin all in one day

It's all happening Tuesday.

The 3D printer at the Georgetown Library. (Photo by Flickr user Delaware Libraries, used under a Creative Commons license)

Fill your calendar Tuesday with these cool tech events:
The first is at the Wilmington Public Library, and it’s for anyone who’s interested in 3D printing but doesn’t know where to start. (Did you know the state’s library system has 14 3D printers?)
The class, an intro to 3D printing, runs from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Attendees will learn about 3D prints, how to submit a printing request at the library and how to create original prints. The class, taught by Renee O’Donnell, requires online registration.
Sarena Fletcher, Delaware Division of Libraries’ administrative librarian, also started a 3D printing meetup group, and their next meeting is slated for June 6.
http://www.meetup.com/N-Delaware-3D-Printing-Meetup/events/229665887/
So far they’ve teamed up with Barrel of Makers for an event on Autocad 123Design and also practicing designs with 3Doodlers.

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Secondly, First State .Net is hosting a meetup Tuesday evening called “Go Mobile with Xamarin.”
Georgian Grigore, a seasoned full-stack developer and architect, will be presenting on how Xamarin’s cross-platform development software works — it provides native UI, native API access and native performance — and how you can use it to do what you want on your mobile device. The talk will focus on using Xamarin.Forms.XF for data entry applications.
The meetup is at 6:30 p.m. at 1313 Innovation.
http://www.meetup.com/First-State-Net/events/230812761/

Companies: Delaware Libraries / 1313 Innovation

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