XNA Game Development on Windows Phone 7 in One Sitting
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A small mobile app development shop of professional video game developers who create XNA games for Windows
Phone 7 in their spare time. This video features their founder, Jason Weimann, talking about their Alpha Strike game, which these developers made virtually in one sitting.
Jason explains how he was able to get his development environment set up using the BizSpark program. Microsoft BizSpark is a global program that helps fast-track the success of early stage technology startups with all the right resources, including software, support & marketing visibility.
Jason talks with Aaron Stannard, ISV Architect Evangelist.
Tools are free. Get started on Windows Phone 7 or XBox at App Hub.
Windows Phone 7 in 7 tutorials on MSDEV. Each short, to-the-point video in this series highlights a feature of Windows Phone 7 in less than 7 minutes. This is a series for developers who want to pick up the basics quickly with brief explanations and hands-on examples. Demonstrations and code samples are based on the beta release of the Windows Phone 7 Developer.
Join Microsoft Platform Ready for free assistance in developing and marketing your Windows Phone 7 applications.
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