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Below you'll find links and information to schools teaching XNA game development/design courses, degrees, and game development camps.
|SMU Guildhall||Dallas, Texas|
|University of Washington||Seattle, WA|
|Full Sail University||Winter Park, FL|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Cambridge, MA|
|X48 Game Camp||Derby, United Kingdom|
View the full list of schools and game camps
|Spieleentwicklung mit dem Microsoft XNA Framework (German, info)||Jens Konerow|
|RPG Programming with XNA Game Studio 3.0||James E. Perry|
|Microsoft® XNA® Game Studio 3.0: Learn Programming Now!||Rob Miles|
|More Microsoft® XNA® Game Studio 3.0: Create Great Games Now!||Rob Miles|
|Microsoft XNA Game Studio Creator's Guide, Second Edition||Stephen Cawood and Pat McGee|
|Beginning XNA 3.0 Game Programming: From Novice to Professional (Beginning from Novice to Professional)||Alexandre Santos Lobao, Bruno Pereira Evangelista, José Antonio Leal de Farias, and Riemer Grootjans|
|Zune Game Development using XNA 3.0 (Expert's Voice in XNA)||Dan Waters|
|XNA 3.0 Game Programming Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach (Expert's Voice in XNA)||Riemer Grootjans|
|Microsoft XNA Game Studio 3.0 Unleashed||Chad Carter|
|Building XNA 3.0 Games: A Practical Guide for Independent Game Development||James Silva and John Sedlak|
|Learning XNA 3.0: XNA 3.0 Game Development for the PC, Xbox 360, and Zune||Aaron Reed|
|A Simple Introduction to Game Programming With C# and XNA 3.1||Curtis Bennett|
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