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  • Blog Post: Business and Entrepreneurship competition for High School students

    TiE Young Entrepreneurs (TYE), a registered non-profit organization, is accepting applications from high school students into its 2010/2011 program! Chapters in Boston, Carolinas, Delhi, London and Seattle are accepting applications. The Seattle chapter at www.tyeseattle.org , has the application form...
  • Blog Post: DreamSpark provides Free Windows Marketplace for Mobile for Students

    679EAVRD3PD7 Students, another great reason to develop Windows Phone applications in the Windows Marketplace for Mobile -- No registration fee on the mobile marketplace – DreamSpark program waives the $99 registration fees Get the tools for developing your mobile applications...
  • Blog Post: What is MSDN-Academic Alliance (MSDNAA)?

    Microsoft Developer Network - Academic Alliance (MSDN AA) is the easiest and most inexpensive way for students and faculty in the technology and design fields to get the latest Microsoft software they need (through educators and Institutional Access). MSDN AA refers to a family of memberships available...
  • Blog Post: How to download and install Microsoft Software from MSDN AA

    MSDN - Academic Alliance (MSDN AA) Program is the easiest and most inexpensive way for students and faculty in the technology and design fields to get the latest Microsoft software they need. MSDN AA is a per department license and any student registered to take a course in the STEM-D (Science, technology...
  • Blog Post: How to find help for homework and Math

    Students often have difficulty finding the information they need to get their homework done because the available productivity tools and search engines are optimized for business professionals, not students. Also help with the tough math problem sets are not online. Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium...
  • Blog Post: DreamSpark: Does my school have to be listed to get the Microsoft DreamSpark software in US?

    All Students at all accredited higher education institutions in US are eligible for DreamSpark. There is no specific work necessary on the school's part to 'enroll'. Given that there is No single method of verifying a student status across all higher-ed institutions in the US, there are a number of...
  • 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: Student Film Competition

    A new student film competition for celebrating student films that capture the Technology Heroes is now available. To qualify for judging, films must relate a story of a Technology Hero in a positive light and must be set in a Microsoft and/or AMD Technology environment. Entries can feature real or imagined...
  • Blog Post: Awards for Female High School Students

    Are you a Female High School student interested in computing technology? National Center for Women and IT (NCWIT) Award for Aspirations in Computing for young women in High Schools has been announced. The awards acknowledge the computing aspirations of the award winners and raise the visibility of the...
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