Game Theory

A blog by Microsoft Academic Developer Evangelist, Dan Waters

March, 2009

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    The Pursuit of Jobs – My Keynote Presentation

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    The Pursuit of Jobs from Dan Waters on Vimeo . This is my presentation at the ITT Super Career Fair, 3.26.2009.
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    Doing Homework in Windows 7

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    Students don’t just do homework, they multitask. They listen to internet radio. They get up to get soda. They browse the net. Well, at least I did. Here’s how Windows 7 can make your multitasking experience a whole lot easier.
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    [Video] Win7 running on my Eee PC

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    It runs great!
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    Zune Game Development Using XNA 3.0 is Published!

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    I received my first author copies of the book in the mail today and boy am I pleased with how it came out. Check it out in stores on Mar 23 or on Amazon.com: http://www.tinyurl.com/zunebook . All of the sample code is available on the book’s web site...
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    [Video] IE8 Web Slices & Accelerators

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    Have you seen how Internet Explorer 8’s new Web Slices feature allows you to monitor an eBay auction directly from your Favorites toolbar in real time? How about the accelerator that lets you highlight any text on a page and immediately perform an eBay...
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    Thoughts On Writing A Book

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    As a postmortem for the book , I thought I’d highlight some useful things I learned. How did this get started? An editor at Apress contacted me (via blog) letting me know they were seeking an author to write a book on Zune game development. The content...
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    My Book – Zune Game Development Using XNA 3.0

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    The main thing that’s kept me from blogging for so long is my new book , which comes out March 24th. This book covers a lot of stuff from the ground up and includes 20-something full examples that are explained basically line-by-line. A lot of work went...
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    Where Have I Been?

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    My goodness, how time flies when you are busy! Blogging has always been on my mind, but recently, Alfred Thompson brought up the point that people actually miss the content I put out. Since my last post, I've been involved in an awesome project which...
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