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Does lightning really strike twice?

, 7 Feb 2013 CPOL
It all started one sunny morning when Michael Hoffman who wrote a shocking article on some fantastic lighting effects all done with XNA, I read this and was immediately impressed just how simple his solution was. Not long after this a guy down under called Jose Fajardo was so impressed …
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About the Author

Simon Jackson
Architect ZenithMoon Studios
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Long time game developer / IT maniac.
By day working as a lowly Technical Architect for a healthcare software firm, by night Masquerading as the Master Chief of ZenithMoon Studios.

At heart I'm a community developer breaking down lots of fun and curious technologies and bringing them to the masses.

I'm also a contributor to several open source projects, most notably the AdRotator advertising rotator project for Windows and Windows Phone.

After a hefty break with Windows Phone and Windows 8 I'm heading back to my XNA roots to show how beginners and current XNA devs can take their skills forward with XNA's bleak future.

ID&Xbox MVP & Best selling author
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