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  • 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: Canadian students get a chance to strut their stuff at Imagine Cup

    Microsoft Canada is hosting Canadian finals this year for the Imagine Cup, a worldwide technology competition for students. Do you know someone who might be interested? Have you heard about Imagine Cup? This is the worldwide competition organized by Microsoft where students from around the world use...
  • Blog Post: Scenes from TechDays Vancouver, Part 4: Go DevMENTAL

    What is Go DevMENTAL? Since TechDays – Microsoft Canada’s cross-country developer and IT pro conference visiting 8 cities across Canada this fall – is a two-day event, we’ve got the venues for the entire 48-hour period, including evenings. Rather than have the session rooms (which are already set up...
  • Blog Post: Q&A with Ranyl Bantog on XNA and Windows Phone 7

    Chances are if you’re a casual gamer like me and have thought about leveraging your existing .NET skills to build games, then you’ve probably heard about XNA . XNA is a platform for building games in managed code on Windows , Zune , Xbox 360 , and Windows Phone 7 . If you’re a student...
  • Blog Post: Students, get out there and get noticed…!

    [Cross-Posted From “ The Northern Edge Of Microsoft ”]   As the school year comes to an end and summer begins, I was thinking a lot about all the students out there trying to discover the first step in their career.  Last year we surveyed 200 Canadian IT professionals, looking at their hiring...
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