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Submitted by Folezicle 1480d ago | news

AT&T Developer Program: XNA Game for Windows Phone 7

Any of you interested in game development for Windows Phone 7? Windows Phone 7 can be programmed with either Silverlight (for basic apps), or XNA for more graphical programs like games. AT&T will host an developer webcast for XNA basics: (Arcade, Dev, Mobile, Next-Gen, Tech, Xbox 360)

Folezicle  +   1480d ago
The hardware on Windows Phone 7 looks descent, anyone else looking forward to it
WickedClownPLR   1480d ago | Spam

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