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  • Blog Post: Microsoft has reinvented its certification, MCSE is back

    Microsoft has reinvented its certification program by building a broader and deeper set of technology solutions skills validation, starting with cloud related skills. As one of the most recognized and respected certification programs, Microsoft is charting the path for IT Professionals and Developers...
  • Blog Post: Last Call for Microsoft Student Partners in the UAE!

    Attention students! This is the last and final week to submit your application for the prestigious Microsoft Student Partners (MSP) Program! What an exciting opportunity to be a part of the Microsoft family :) Students do not need to have technology-related major. They do need to have a true passion...
  • Blog Post: Meet Two Outstanding Microsoft Student Partners!

    The Microsoft Student Partners (MSP) Program in the Gulf is full of amazing students doing amazing things. UNI Magazine brings us the story two of our most active MSPs from the UAE. They have successfully led huge events on campus, spread the word about new technologies and become true leaders at Bits...
  • Blog Post: FREE Developer Training Online for Students :)

    Don’t forget, through DreamSpark students get FREE training from PluralSight! See below list of trainings available for you today. We strongly encourage you to take advantage of these amazing learning opportunities to help you prepare for the world of IT! Course Level...
  • Blog Post: New Use for Kinect: Teaching Kids in Africa

      A story that began with a mischievous Icelandic volcano has ended happily with South African schoolchildren using Kinect for Xbox 360 to learn English. As Kinect continues to gain more momentum, we are seeing various uses for this technology.   Read about how it’s being used in South Africa...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 – Learning Content

    Are you interested to learn how to develop apps for Windows Phone 7? There is some great curriculum content available. Whether you are a professor interested in teaching a WP7 course, or a student developer – this content will help you get started. Please share any feedback about the material...
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