XNA Game Studio European Tour 2007

XNA Game Studio European Tour 2007

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Dave Mitchell
Director | XNA

I'm pleased to share details on an exciting European tour that will be commencing in just a few days and featuring XNA Game Studio 2.0!  Charles Cox and I will be blazing through 7 countries in roughly 10 days as we bring XNA Game Studio 2.0 goodness and local game industry speakers to the following locations.  If you happen to be near one of these venues, do stop on by and join us for an afternoon and be sure to say "hello" while there.

Denmark
http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032357699&Culture=da-DK

Finland
http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032358906&Culture=fi-FI

Italy
http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032358822&Culture=it-IT

Sweden
http://gameawards.se/events

Our amazing friends in Microsoft offices throughout Europe have pulled together this incredible tour and we’re looking forward to the opportunity to spend time with our community members, students, faculty – anyone interested in making video games using XNA Game Studio.  Should be a lot of fun!

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  • Just a quick note that I got this posted much later than we anticipated so some of the events that were originally to be listed have already occurred. Those aren’t listed but a few of them are right around the corner as a heads up. I apologize that everyone didn’t get to see this with more notice.

  • Looking forward to hearing what you have to say and show, the 4. dec. in Denmark..

    cya there

  • So... Maybe I'm missing something, but what are the other three countries? And when those events be?

  • are you guys coming to the UK?

  • Hey Dave,

    I was at the XNA European Tour in Trinity College Dublin on Monday last and I just wanna say thanks for pointing me in the right direction regarding the skinned animation question I asked during the break - it's helped me out quite a bit and I'll be working on a Content Processor for BVH files as soon as I'm done with my thesis.

    Danny

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