Sony’s PlayStation Suite SDK Open Beta Goes Live for Developers
Earlier this year, I signed up for a free online course that would teach me how to program. I didn’t even last a week—I quit before my first lesson was up. It was a noble pursuit, but I’m not cut out for that stuff.
BUT HEY, MAYBE YOU ARE. And if you are, if you, in fact, do know how to code computer programs and whatnot, the PlayStation Suite has entered its open beta phase, meaning that you can try and program apps and games for handheld Sony devices—most notably the PlayStation Vita. After you’ve made your program, you can even sell it on the PlayStation Store. And then become rich and famous. We first learned about the SDK way back in September—back in the days when we wondered how long it would take for the Vita to utterly destroy the 3DS. HAHA! We were so young and innocent in those days, naïve to the ways of the world.
Check it out right here. And then, in the comments, tell us about the project that you’re going to begin working on so you’ll make a million dollars. Then, when you’re a bazillionaire, we can say how you got your start with us, at IGD, and I can impress women at parties. THAT IS IMPORTANT.