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  • Blog Post: Why does a business student care about Azure?

    Cloud isn’t just for geeks! Business students and entrepreneurs need to understand it’s potential impact as well. Find out how student entrepreneurs at Western University imagined Azure could help increase sales at a retail store. Founders Network , the largest business technology club at Western University...
  • Blog Post: How to Activate Your Free Azure DreamSpark Subscription

    This blog post will show you how to activate your free Azure DreamSpark account. Azure DreamSpark is a way for students to gain access to several services on Microsoft Azure at no cost. It is specially tailored for students so that they do not need a credit card to use any of the services. Azure DreamSpark...
  • Blog Post: How does a student get a DreamSpark account for free software and Azure?

    DreamSpark gives students access to free software, free Azure cloud services, and free store accounts for publishing apps, but how do you get it? This post provides step by step instructions on how to request a DreamSpark account. DreamSpark ( ) is a program that provides...
  • Blog Post: Do You Know the Next Satya or Sheryl? Tell Them to Become a Microsoft Student Partner

    Canada is recruiting Microsoft Student Partners for the 2015/2016 school year. If you know a student in university or college in Canada with a passion for technology, please encourage them to apply at . Read on to learn more about the program and where it can take a student with...
  • Blog Post: What does Back to School mean for coders?

    If you are a student, or you know a student, do let them know about the programs we have in Canada just for students! Did you know DreamSpark gives students access to Microsoft developer software for free? That includes Visual Studio. Since not all schools teach .NET languages, it’s important to know...
  • Blog Post: Get In on the Action: Start Your App

    Let’s recap where we are in our journey to “get in on the action.” We started off getting equipped with a Windows Store Developer Account either through MSDN, BizSpark, or DreamSpark or signing up for an account directly . Then we took a look at how to build Windows Store applications by going through...
  • Blog Post: Get In on the Action: Start with Your Windows Store Developer Account

    As you read in Paul’s post from last week, The Windows Store is open for business. Is your app ready? , the Windows Store is ready for your apps. The first step to getting apps in the Windows Store is to get your Windows Store Developer Account up and running. Quick Info on Windows Store Developer Accounts...
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