The World Wide Imagine Cup Finals will be in Australia July 2012. If you’d like to attend, step 1 is to assemble a team and register on the Imagine Cup website.
I get by with a little help from my friends (no blog is so great that it can’t be improved with a link to the Muppets) and if you want to attend the World Finals in Australia or the Canadian Finals in Toronto this year, you’ll find it easier with a little help from your friends as well.
It’s really easy:
Now if you want to make sure you have dotted your “i”s and crossed your “t”s here are a few rules and regulations, the rules vary slightly from one competition to another so check the Imagine Cup site and look up the rules and regulations for your competition. The rules I mention here apply to Software Design and some of them apply to Windows Phone Game design as well.
A team is made up of 1-4 students
Team members must be
Okay did you anyone notice my picture shows 5 people instead of 4? That’s because it’s also a great idea to get a mentor for your team to help you along. By the way if you are curious that awesome team up there includes myself (hockeygeekgirl), Frederic Harper (the man behind Make Web not War), Ruth Morton (host of Techtalk), Mitch Barnett (coolest platform architect in the West), and Alex Yakobovich (former Microsoft Student Partner and Windows Phone developer)
i want to know how to get to Australia
Come up with an idea, submit it by March 13th and get coding :)
how do you get to auralier
Take a left turn in Albuquerque