Xbox 360 for Education. Microsoft is trying to making programming more exciting and interesting for students of all ages. With Xbox for Education and Microsoft DreamSpark we’re getting students coding in C# and XNA and we hope to aspire tomorrow’s games developer and help students learn a lot about how games work and even create totally new ones of their own.
Microsoft XNA Game Studio Creators Guide: An Introduction to XNA Game Programming by Stephen Cawood. $0.01. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media; 1 edition (June 25, 2007). Author: Stephen Cawood. Publication: June 25, 2007. Edition - 1
"XNA" XNA is a set of tools Microsoft came up with for games development. The orange dashed line that makes up one of the ‘X’ strokes is actually Morse Code spelling out XNA. _.._ is X, _. is N, and ._ is A.
The logo for Microsoft XNA, a collection of tools meant to help video game developers, has an interesting hidden meaning. The orange and chopped up portion of the 'X' signifies "XNA" in Morse code. Here's how: A dash followed by two dots and another dash represents an 'X' in Morse code. Meanwhile, an "N" in Morse code is a dash followed by a dot. And finally, an "A" in morse code is a dot followed by a dash. Add it all together and you have XNA. Very clever.