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  • Blog Post: Gaming Conference Cruise for $650

    Are you interested in learning about Gaming technologies? Sign-up for a game development conference aboard the Disney Wonder Cruise ship, departing from Port Canaveral, Florida from April 26-30, 2009. get additional details about the conference at http://www.foundationsofdigitalgames.org/ and sign-up...
  • Blog Post: Games with XNA by High School Students

    Is XNA Game Studio too much for High School students? Not if they are motivated! Case in point is a project by Amir Shah, a 16 year old junior at Springbrook High School in Silver Spring Maryland, who is working on Pong for the Zune. ( http://amir.shah.org/index.php/archives/165 ) Another example is...
  • Blog Post: DreamSpark - Students get your FREE software here

    Microsoft is Jump Starting the student developer with an offering of FREE developer tools. Just for being a student, you get professional-level developer and design tools as a download, at no-charge and with no strings attached. The DreamSpark offering of software compliments MSDNAA program and MSDN...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup competitions for Student Career development

    I talk to technology students in Universities across the Midwest and am often asked: What kinds of technology jobs will be available in the future? What skills should I learn in college to prepare for the jobs? With the growth of disruptive technologies and the Wide adoption of Web 2.0 technologies,...
  • Blog Post: Academic papers for presentation at the 3rd Annual Microsoft Academic Days Conference on Game Development

    15 papers were selected from 60 submissions for presentation at the 3rd Annual Microsoft Academic Days Conference on Game Development (February 28-March 3, 2008) : Title: Game2Learn: Improving the motivation of CS1 students Authors Tiffany Barnes, Heather Richter Title: Game Design and Development Students...
  • Blog Post: 3rd Annual Microsoft Academic Days Conference on Game Development

    The 3rd Annual Microsoft Academic Days Conference on Game Development (GDCSE'08) - February 28-March 3, 2008 aboard the Celebrity Century Cruise Ship is expected to attract ~400 of the top research and teaching faculty in Computer Science, with an interest in gaming advances, from around the world. The...
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