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  • Blog Post: Are you ready for the April 15 Submission Deadline?

    Hello amazing online Imagine Cup competitors, this is a friendly reminder that the deadline for submitting your entry materials is Monday, April 15 at 23:59 GMT. (Hint: use this handy time zone converter http://bit.ly/GE9EhQ .) Here’s a few more tips: Try not to upload at the last minute...
  • Blog Post: Games Competition Resources and Tips

    Our trusty Games Captain, Andrew Parsons, Microsoft Technical Evangelist, suggests you check out the following resources: MSDN's Developing Games for Windows is a handy library that details what you need to get started as well as additional gaming resources. CodePlex YetiBowl is a game originally...
  • Blog Post: Meet Our Games Competition Captain

    Microsoft Technical Evangelist, Andrew Parsons, is the Games Competition Captain for the 6th year in a row! In this video, he will further detail the changes to this year's Competition and make a few suggestions on how to get ready. If you have questions, you can find Andrew in the Community Forums...
  • Blog Post: What Does a Great Imagine Cup Project Look Like...

    ...we could tell you, but it would be so much easier to show you! Check out some past winning projects, courtesy of our World Citizenship Competition Captain, Rob Miles . The winning team in the Software Design category quadSquad from Ukraine won 1st place in Imagine Cup 2012 With Their Sign Language...
  • Blog Post: Tips and Tricks for all Imagine Cup Competitors, Courtesy of our World Citizenship Captain

    Rob Miles, the World Citizenship Captain, wrote the following tips and tricks specifically for the World Citizenship Competition. However, his incredibly sage advice really applies to any Imagine Cup contest... 1. Show your solution to as many people as you can even (or especially) people you don...
  • Blog Post: Get Started with our World Citizenship Competition

    Our brilliant World Citizenship Captain, Rob Miles, provided the following insights on getting started with the World Citizenship Competition. But his suggestions really apply to every Imagine Cup contest! If you are in the planning phase or still trying to decide if you should compete, take a few minutes...
  • Blog Post: Top Reasons to Compete in the World Citizenship Competition

    The deadline for our three Challenges has passed, but there is still time to participate in our three Competitions, World Citizenship , Innovation and Games . This week, we are going to focus on World Citizenship , and to kick it off, we are excited to introduce you to your Competition Captain, Rob Miles...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup Team Mentor Tips & Tricks

    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...
  • Blog Post: Advice from the Imagine Cup 2012 People's Choice Winners

    In the following interview, Joseph Landes, General Manager, Developer and Platform Evangelism, Microsoft India, talks to Devesh Kumar and Amit Kumar Sharma the Imagine Cup 2012 Worldwide finalists from India and People's Choice Award winners . They discuss the importance of forming a team, the technologies...
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