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Join Jerry Nixon, Developer Evangelist for Microsoft and Boris Jabes, Sr. Program Manager, Microsoft Visual Studio team as they discuss Visual Studio 11 improvements for graphics and game developers. Boris shares new features in Visual Studio 11 including improved GPU debugging analysis capabilities. Developer will be jazzed to hear about new features for pixel shaders and game developers will be pleased to learn that cross platforms tool such as C#, Visual Basic, F# and C++ are within Visual Studio.
Boris Jabes has spent the last seven years at Microsoft working on developer tools that focus on the needs of cutting-edge native developers. Today, his team is working to make Visual Studio more awesome for game development. Boris was previously responsible for improving the C++ IDE experience.
Jerry Nixon is a Microsoft Developer Evangelist in Colorado. He has been developing and designing on the Microsoft platform for 15 years. He speaks at universities, events and groups on Kinect, XAML, Windows Phone, and Windows 8. Most of Jerry's days are spent teaching his three daughters Star Trek character backstories and episode plots.
Boris Jabes and Jerry Nixon recommend you check out
- What's New in Visual Studio 11 Beta
- Download the Visual Studio 11 Beta
- Developing a Metro style game with C++ and DirectX (Marble Maze)
- Jerry Nixon's blog
- Follow Jerry on Twitter
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