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George Clingerman

I wasn't planning on doing it. The XNA 3.0 framework (even in BETA form) just has so many awesome features I want to take advantage of that I couldn't resist. So I whirled through my site in a conversion frenzy and moved every single bit of downloadable source code (about 25 different projects) to the XNA 3.0 BETA framework.

Some of the projects lost sound (I was using older XACT projects and I either need to re-create those or use the new Content pipeline features and just drop some sounds in) but all in all it was a pretty straight conversion. Now that I have all the projects updated to the latest framework, I want to go through and make sure all the tutorials match the code and then I want to start cleaning up some of my older game demos and creating videos for all of my projects.

Anyway, nothing really new released, but I just thought I'd let everyone know that ALL of the source code is finally caught up to the present time. Thanks to the community for all the great feedback as well. Keep it coming! Many of your suggestions become new tutorials so thanks for that. Also, I take all suggestions for my site, tutorial style and any errors I find and continually work those in to make my content even better for you. So thanks and keep up the great work with that feedback.

Now go enjoy my code and let me know what you think!

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Posted on Saturday, September 20, 2008 9:57 PM XNA Development , XNA | Back to top

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great news. really is.

im so pleased with the rush of latest updates to the site. its my favourite resource for xna, and i was getting worried with the lack of updates lately. keep up the good work!

(and dont "do a joran"...(!)
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thanks for sharing good post I WILL back again
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