Jennifer Marsman

Windows Development

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  • Blog Post: Windows 8 games made by college students

    Over the last year, I’ve had the opportunity to work with some college students who are building games.  Some of the students have published games in the Windows Store.  Most games are free.  Check out the screenshots below – there are some really fun games, addictive puzzles, creative...
  • Blog Post: Student Event Resources

    I have run a number of Windows 8 student events recently at numerous universities and colleges, and I’m gearing up to start again for the fall. Here is the list of links and resources that I provide to students, gathered in one place. Getting set up Visual Studio Windows 8 Development Resources...
  • Blog Post: Murray State University Video – Interview Advice

    I recently had an opportunity to visit Murray State University in western Kentucky.  I was able to give tech talks to 3 classes, give a “Career Journey” talk to a STEM group, attend a WiT breakfast (with truly amazing food cooked by my wonderful host, Dr. Brenda Wilson ), and speak at the local...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup – Become an Industry Advisor

    The Imagine Cup is a student software competition run by Microsoft.  It’s similar to the Olympics in that there are a bunch of sub-competitions within it (the two biggest being the Software Design competition and the Game Design competition).  I sat down with David Giard to discuss the Imagine...
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