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In an email to XNA/DirectX Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) yesterday, Microsoft gave notice that MVP status was being phased out for program members. According to the missive, this is being done because

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Tech enthusiasts tend to treat

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The death of XNA was written in the stars and most parts of DirectX have been deprecated for years. Direct3D is now considered a core technology of windows and the RT APIs will replace everything else.

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I hope more developers go to openGL more linux games woohoo xxx

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I hope more developers go to openGL more linux games woohoo xxx

LOL ya, it will happen. 2013 is the year of linux

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I hope more developers go to openGL more linux games woohoo xxx

Most indie game developers use multi platform game engines like unity, shiva, etc. Big game engines like crytek are multiplatform too but more in the sense of windows + consoles

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This was already proven to be a mistake yesterday. DirectX isn't going anywhere.

http://www.zdnet.com...ctx-7000010647/

EDIT: Oh, someone beat me to it.

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This was already proven to be a mistake yesterday. DirectX isn't going anywhere.

http://www.zdnet.com...ctx-7000010647/

Wasn't aware nobody posted this.

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I'll go ahead and close this thread to avoid any further confusion.

See: http://www.zdnet.com...ctx-7000010647/

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