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  • Blog Post: reMIX Atlanta May 8th – Three Tracks with Something for Everyone:-)

    Come check out this great event with a User Experience, Windows Phone, and Silverlight/Web track. I am presenting as part of the Windows Phone track. I am co-presenting on Metro as well as Building games with XNA and Windows Phone. I hope to see you there! www.remixatlanta...
  • Blog Post: XNA Game Studio and Windows Phone 7 Demonstration

    Check out this video on wmpoweruser.com of Eric Rudder at TechEd Middle East developing an XNA Game Studio application that works on the PC, Xbox, and Windows Phone.   I am looking forward to being able to discuss in more detail the amazing capabilities of this platform after GDC and MIX 10 so stay...
  • Blog Post: Kodu Game Lab Enables Amateurs to Build XBOX Games

    This article has more details but here is a quick summary: Kodu Game Lab, a visual programming tool that allows just about anybody with an imagination and a spare $5 to make their own games, has released on the XNA Community Games channel on the Xbox Live dashboard. The entire tool was built using XNA...
  • Blog Post: XNA Game Studio 3.1 Now Available!

    If you are not sure what XNA is, XNA Game Studio enables hobbyists, academics, and independent game developers to easily create video games for Windows, Xbox 360, and the Zune digital media player by using optimized cross-platform gaming libraries based on the .NET Framework in the C# programming language...
  • Blog Post: Game Development vs. Game Content

    As developers we think about how important coding is to a great game, which is very true.  However, the visuals are certainly just as important.  Braid is a really fun game to play.  The developer and art creator wrote a series of blog posts describing the process of creating the game...
  • Blog Post: XNA Game Studio 3.0 Released

    Microsoft XNA Game Studio 3.0 has many improvements over its predecessor including support for Visual Studio Professional and higher, which means professional level support such as integrated Application Lifecycle Management / source code control with Team Foundation Server. Also added in this release...
  • Blog Post: Presentation on XNA GS at SIEGE

    This past weekend I was very excited to present on XNA Game Studio 3.0 beta at a local game developers conference, the Southern Interactive Entertainment and Game Expo (SIEGE). The session was Saturday night right before the live music party, which probably contributed to a packed room of local game...
  • Blog Post: TechDays '08 Atlanta 9.23.08-9.25.08

    Check out TechDays in Atlanta September 23rd - 25th.  Registration is now open.  Oh, btw, I am speaking on these topics:-) 8:30 AM - Developing Applications for Windows Mobile - Rob Cameron, Microsoft Attend this talk to find out what types of applications you can build for Windows Mobile as...
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