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Sooker

Member Since 13 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Feb 21 2014 05:22 PM

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In Topic: Is XNA dying and MS forcing to C++?

17 October 2012 - 04:25 PM

thats strange, normally dreamspark is for everyone who is at school. just say that you are in a school that isn´t in the program and that you want to register you with the manual registration and what they need to register you. then they will ask for some things and you got your dreamspark account.

In Topic: Is XNA dying and MS forcing to C++?

16 October 2012 - 12:02 PM

why not this year?

You just have to be in any school. anything that is educating and not a job. (see here at "are only students from major...")
I´m doing my A-levels at the moment and will be at an university next year. I just had to contact the dreamspark support and they said me what to do to get into the dreamspark program.

In Topic: Is XNA dying and MS forcing to C++?

15 October 2012 - 11:44 AM

yeah im in the dreamspark program and soon in bizspark too. great job from microsoft for this opportunity

In Topic: Is XNA dying and MS forcing to C++?

14 October 2012 - 03:06 PM

I chose SharpDX and got my book friday. It looks very promising and I love C# so I´m staying with it and use SharpDX.

It is hard to say wich api will have the biggest communtiy or will be the best. They are relativly fresh and Win 8 wasn´t even released.

I hope SharpDX´s community will grow since it´s the best looking api on the market (my opinion)

In Topic: Is XNA dying and MS forcing to C++?

14 October 2012 - 09:52 AM

I dont know much about anx, here is their site.
http://anxframework.codeplex.com/

seems to be up to date too

ANX is build upon SharpDX as you can see here:
http://sharpdx.org/about/related

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