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  • Blog Post: Gaming Conference Cruise for $650

    Are you interested in learning about Gaming technologies? Sign-up for a game development conference aboard the Disney Wonder Cruise ship, departing from Port Canaveral, Florida from April 26-30, 2009. get additional details about the conference at http://www.foundationsofdigitalgames.org/ and sign-up...
  • Blog Post: Enhance your resume with communication and influence skills

    Microsoft® Student Partners Program is now recruiting current US college students for campus marketing and technology evangelism roles for  the 08-09 school year. Marketing reps plan campus events around our consumer technologies such as Windows Live, Zune, & Office Live Workspaces, while our...
  • Blog Post: Large and compelling real world datasets for teaching and research

    The Microsoft Enterprise Consortium is a joint program between the Department of Information Systems in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (Walton College) and Microsoft Corporation (MS) and is aimed at providing access to large and compelling real world...
  • Blog Post: DreamSpark - Students get your FREE software here

    Microsoft is Jump Starting the student developer with an offering of FREE developer tools. Just for being a student, you get professional-level developer and design tools as a download, at no-charge and with no strings attached. The DreamSpark offering of software compliments MSDNAA program and MSDN...
  • Blog Post: Live@edu Mashup contest

    Technorati Tags: Live Search , education , mashup , students , contest
  • Blog Post: Research RFP: Human-Robot Interaction: "Robots Among Us"

    HRI is a large field with many active research projects in universities and other labs around the world. But much of the research to date has been focused on the robot and human somewhat in isolation from the broader computing environment around them. Our intention in this RFP is to focus attention on...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Research RFP: Computational Challenges of Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS)

    Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) aims to correlate patterns of genomic variation with phenotypes such as response to drugs, disease, aging, or the expression of genetic disorders. The National Institutes of Health sees GWAS as "laying the groundwork for an era of personalized medicine." Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Latest and greatest development toolset Visual Studio 2008 Releases

    Visual Studio 2008 with .NET Framework 3.5 , is the next generation of Microsoft's award-winning development tools and focuses on enabling rapid application development, enhancing collaboration among development teams, and providing development tools support for the latest platforms. For the first time...
  • Blog Post: IT Challenge Competition

    The IT challenge is an online quiz that highlights the art and science of developing, deploying, and maintaining IT systems that are efficient, functional, robust and secure. Sample Quiz Questions are available at http://imaginecup.com/MyStuff/SampleITQuestion.aspx , once you sign-up for the IT competition...
  • Blog Post: Software Design Competition

    The North American Software Design Competition is a team-based competition to create an innovative software application around the Imagine Cup theme to "Enable a sustainable Environment for all" The SDI is about motivating students to take their knowledge and skills, combined with their passion and flex...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup competitions for Student Career development

    I talk to technology students in Universities across the Midwest and am often asked: What kinds of technology jobs will be available in the future? What skills should I learn in college to prepare for the jobs? With the growth of disruptive technologies and the Wide adoption of Web 2.0 technologies,...
  • Blog Post: Academic papers for presentation at the 3rd Annual Microsoft Academic Days Conference on Game Development

    15 papers were selected from 60 submissions for presentation at the 3rd Annual Microsoft Academic Days Conference on Game Development (February 28-March 3, 2008) : Title: Game2Learn: Improving the motivation of CS1 students Authors Tiffany Barnes, Heather Richter Title: Game Design and Development Students...
  • Blog Post: 3rd Annual Microsoft Academic Days Conference on Game Development

    The 3rd Annual Microsoft Academic Days Conference on Game Development (GDCSE'08) - February 28-March 3, 2008 aboard the Celebrity Century Cruise Ship is expected to attract ~400 of the top research and teaching faculty in Computer Science, with an interest in gaming advances, from around the world. The...
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