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It’s not often I let my personal life creep into affecting the things I’m involved in and doing. I usually let my hobbies kind of get me through the tough parts. And while I’ve been having fun distracting myself with playing games and coding this week, I’ll admit my eye wasn’t on the community like it normally is. I apologize for the late posting of the notes and for how light and sparse they are. I’m sure there was more going on in the XNA community (and if you were missed in this weeks notes, shoot me an email and I’ll either add you or get you into next weeks!).

Even still, with just a glance here and there, I was still impressed with the size of the list of items that was collected. The XNA Community is fully of busy bees and here’s what I noticed.

Time Critical XNA News:

XNA Team:

XNA MVPs:

XNA Developers:

Xbox LIVE Indie Games (XBLIG):

XNA Development:

Game Development:

Posted on Friday, May 6, 2011 11:08 PM | Back to top


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I liked the article on Async CTP and F# async by Marcin. I have had similar ideas and shown how such techniques can be used to deal with state, storage and menus. I wrote a complete application to demo the concepts, see http://sharp-gamedev.blogspot.com/2011/02/game-state-management-using-cooperative.html

I wouldn't mind appearing in the XNA Notes ;)
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Great update 18
Some of these games are great.
A blast from the past
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Even still, with just a glance here and there, I was still impressed with the size of the list of items that was collected. The XNA Community is fully of busy bees and here’s what I noticed.
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