Microsoft xBox Development Workshop @ Bentley CIS Sandbox
Tuesday, November 1, 2011 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)
Ever wanted to learn how awesome games like Call of Duty and Halo have made it to your TV? Well now you can!
Come join the Bentley CIS Sandbox at our first Microsoft xBox Development Workshop where you will learn to create your own game that will run on your machine.
Edwin Guarin from Microsoft will be leading the session and there will some Microsoft swag raffles to people that complete the workshop.
NO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF GAME DEVELOPMENT etc. REQUIRED, SIMPLY AN INTEREST TO LEARN
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Bentley CIS Sandbox
The term “Sandbox” in industry refers to an environment for experimentation and trying new things. That’s our vision – to create an inviting, collaborative space for exploring and learning new technologies, and to support student learning for our courses, in ways that resonate with today’s digital students. Outfitted so far with Google TVs, collaborative study spaces, large-screen TVS, a smart board, specialized networking equipment, as well as experimental software environments (such as Windows 8, and Linux) we have designed an appealing space for students to interact with new technologies. Microsoft, in support of our plans for this new facility, donated an Xbox and several software titles for students to use here. We hope this will further their interest in Information Technology.