Paired Code Kata: Conway's game of life

Bring your laptop along for a lovely evening of coding at Old Broadcasting House.

Conway's Game of Life has become a popular problem to use as a coding exercise. It's a cellular automaton that once the initial state has been set follows a set of rules to turn on and off cells on a grid. You're invited to come along, pair up and give it a stab in C# or another .NET language. We'll either create life, or learn something trying.

For this to work at least half of you will need to bring a laptop with Visual Studio 2010 installed. So if you can, please bring your laptop with you.

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