In the last three weeks, we have highlighted student tips and resources for Windows Azure, Windows 8 Apps and Windows Phone Challenges. We will continue to do so for our upcoming competitions as well (so stay tuned). However, as we wrap up the week, we also wanted to share some tips for the other really important student team resource, their mentor.
So imagine our excitement when we came across the following helpful tips on Twitter from Richard Costall (MVP, MCSD.NET), co-founder of NxtGenUG and previous Imagine Cup mentor. We hope you will take a minute to review, and let us know if you have questions or other tips to add. You can connect with us and Richard on Twitter, @imaginecup and @Costall.
Our thanks again to Richard for not only sharing the above tips, but for also being such an amazing resource for our student competitors.
More about Richard: International Speaker, Author and Podcaster, Richard spends most of his time developing, presenting and training on Microsoft technologies including Silverlight and MVC3. Richard spends the majority of his spare time co-running the Next Generation User Group (NxtGenUG), a not-for-profit UK Community, with 8 regions across the UK and 3,000 registered members.