Hello, Incredible Creators!
Last week we hosted our beloved XNA and Direct X MVPs here in Redmond for our annual MVP Summit! Your MVPs came from all around the world to visit with our product teams in Redmond, WA. We spent a few days sharing information with these trusted members of our community, not just to tell them about what we’re planning, but also to gather feedback from the creators on the front lines, and brainstorm on improvements for XNA Game Studio, Xbox LIVE Indie Games, and…
As of now, we can’t share specifics about what was discussed, but rest assured we’re doing all we can to properly equip Indie Developers everywhere to make really incredible games!
The MVP Summit is a fantastic opportunity for us to hear great feedback in order to improve our incredible community of Creators. We are always listening on the XNA Creators Club Online forums, and you can always send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know what you want to see next!
XNA Community Manager
Pictures from the MVP Summit
Here are a few photos to share with you from our time with our awesome MVP’s!
Why you won’t see photos from the rest of the sessions: no photos allowed!
Thank you to Phil Bourke for the delicious Irish chocolates and Richard Thomson for the sweet tunes!
The tech guy at our dinner party learned why we warn all Xbox 360 owners not to move their consoles when a disk is spinning in the drive. Ouch!
….Lucky for us, LEGO Rock Band arrived just in time to save the day!
Everyone gathered ‘round to listen to former XNA MVP Nick Gravelyn regale everyone with tales from the other side…
Who is the MVP’s mascot? Minnie the Chihuahua, of course!
The "Dean" looks oh so happy :)