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    If you are up for some coding fun then join us for our next live interactive talk on XNA and building a video game this Tuesday. We will also be giving away two Coding4Fun books at this event. To be eligible, you need to RSVP using the link below and be present at the live event.

    DATE: JUNE 2ND, 2009
    TIME: 6 PM Eastern USA Time | 10 PM GMT/UTC (12 AM, Wednesday, ex-Yu time)

    (* Note this is 2 hours before our regular time)
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    Building a Video Game with XNA Game Studio 3.0

    This session will demonstrate how to build a very simple 2D game (a Space Invaders clone) using XNA Game Studio 3.0. Attendees will learn how to effectively use the content pipeline, import 2D sprites into XNA, manage input from the keyboard, mouse, Xbox 360 controller and Zune, manage game state, and debug the resulting game. The sample code will be built on a PC and run on the PC, Xbox 360, and Zune platforms when complete.

    You can download the XNA Game Studio plug-in here

    Our guest presenter would be: Brian Peek

    Brian is a Microsoft C# MVP who has been actively developing in .NET since its early betas in 2000, and who has been developing solutions using Microsoft technologies and platforms for even longer. Along with .NET, Brian is particularly skilled in the languages of C, C++ and assembly language for a variety of CPUs. He is also well-versed in a wide variety of technologies including web development, document imaging, GIS, graphics, game development, and hardware interfacing. Brian has a strong background in developing applications for the health-care industry, as well as developing solutions for portable devices, such as tablet PCs and PDAs. Additionally, Brian has co-authored the book "Coding4Fun: 10 .NET Programming Projects for Wiimote, YouTube, World of Warcraft, and More" published O'Reilly. He previously co-authored the book "Debugging ASP.NET" published by New Riders. Brian is also an author for MSDN's Coding4Fun website.

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