c# 2.0 chess project

Talking about chess programming using C#.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005


I hate dead blogs and yet, there I was about to contribute one to cyberspace. It's been six months since I last posted and the reasons have been varied. Basically, I have just been incredibly busy but I have some breathing space now and I plan to continue writing about the minefield that is C# 2.0 chess programming for the benefit of all you out there who are interested (yeah, all three of you).
So I have to cultivate blog discipline and next post, I do promise to talk about those rotated bitboards. I also need to make some time to start working on UCHE version 2 and get the program to work with winboard. In the meantime, click the download link and enjoy.


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Blogger The Digital Duck said...

Yo! Just letting you know that you have another reader. I'm considering starting my own little "Chess in C#" project and I'm looking forward to reading your future posts.

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Blogger spyderbyte said...

I am working on a C# chess project with another programmer and a couple of 3d designers. We would like to see if you would be willing to work with us if you are continuing/expanding this project. I am a c#/vb.net developer by profession and wish to create a chess game for commercial use if you are interested. Please contact me to find out the details. Thank You

Mike Fielden

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