The Xamarin story.

We created Xamarin because we knew there had to be a better way to build mobile apps. We’re developers, so we know what developers want: a modern programming language, powerful tools, an efficient and delightful workflow and the power to create the best user experiences. We are on a mission to make it fast, easy and fun to build great mobile apps.

350+ employees

15,000+ customers

0+ developers

We’re global.

We have offices in San Francisco, Boston, London, Århus and Buenos Aires, and employees in 14 countries. Our customers live in 120 countries across the globe.

San Francisco California
Boston Massachusetts
London UK
Århus Denmark
Buenos Aires Argentina

Xamarin HQ

1355 Market St, 3rd Floor
San Francisco CA 94103
United States

Xamarin Inc.

225 Main St
Cambridge MA 02138
United States

Xamarin Ltd.

60 Gray’s Inn Road
London WC1X 8AQ
United Kingdom

Xamarin Denmark APS

Åbogade 15
8200 Aarhus N

Xamarin S.R.L.

Camila O’Gorman 412, Of. 503

Xamarin Singapore Pte Ltd

A Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1, Level 11
8 Marina Boulevard
Singapore 018981

We're open source.

We officially open sourced the Xamarin SDK for Android, iOS, and Mac under the same MIT license used for the Mono project. Now, .NET is open source and native on every single device, from mobile to desktop to cloud.

Explore Xamarin open source

Leadership team

Nat Friedman

Nat Friedman

CEO and Co-founder

An entrepreneur and developer, Nat is passionate about building products that delight developers. Nat has two degrees from MIT and has been writing software for 27 years. In 1997, Nat co-founded and served as chairman of the GNOME foundation. In 1999 he co-founded Ximian with Miguel. At Novell, Nat ran engineering for a $110M product and was CTO of the Linux business. Nat is an avid traveler who visited 20 countries in 2010, an active angel investor, and a private pilot.

Miguel de Icaza

Miguel de Icaza

CTO and Co-founder

Miguel has directed the Mono project since its creation in 2001 and led the launches of Mono's releases at Novell. Before Mono he co-founded the GNOME project in 1997 and in 1999 he co-founded Ximian with Nat. He has received the Free Software Foundation 1999 Free Software Award, the MIT Technology Review Innovator of the Year Award in 1999, and was named one of Time Magazine's 100 innovators for the new century in September 2000.

Stephanie Schatz

Stephanie Schatz

SVP of Sales and Customer Success

Stephanie has led sales and marketing teams in the software industry since the year 2000. Her experience ranges from successful software startups to running sales operations for a $380M sales organization. She has worked in six countries, speaks five languages, and holds a Masters degree in International Business. She is passionate about mobility, loves to travel, is an avid photographer and dance instructor.

Joseph Hill

Joseph Hill

VP of Developer Relations and Co-founder

Director of Developer Relations and Co-Founder Joseph has been an active participant in the Mono community since 2003, and has also contributed to several open source .NET applications. As a professional developer, he has worked with several Fortune 500 companies in designing and implementing .NET applications. In January 2008, Joseph joined Novell to serve as the Product Manager for Mono, ultimately driving the product development and marketing efforts to launch Xamarin’s commercial products.

Jo Ann Buckner

Jo Ann Buckner

VP of Marketing

Jo Ann has held technology product management and marketing leadership roles for 20 years. She has deep expertise in mobile, cloud, and developer platforms, coming to Xamarin from Appcelerator and Adobe. Jo Ann led Adobe’s game-changing Creative Cloud and Touch Apps subscription business. She is passionate about mobile apps and devices, creative marketing, and building vibrant developer communities.

Keith Ballinger

Keith Ballinger

VP of Product

Keith has a strong background in entrepreneurship and product management, dating back to his time as a PM on the original .NET team in 1999, working on the .NET Framework networking stack and ASP.NET Web Services. In 2007, Keith left Microsoft for the startup world, co-founding a web-based OS startup and Ravid, a popular mobile video messaging startup. In 2013, Keith joined YC-backed startup Standard Treasury as Chief Architect building an API-first bank. He's the author of .NET Web Service: Architecture and Implementation and co-author of Special Edition: Using ASP.



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