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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Announces U.S. Imagine Cup Finals Demo Day Winners

    Today, Microsoft hosted the 2013 U.S. Imagine Cup Finals Demo Day in Silicon Valley. The top 10 U.S. teams pitched their ideas and solutions to investors, entrepreneurs, and technology professionals for a chance to win cash prizes and support for their businesses. COMPETITIONS WORLD CITIZENSHIP...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft U.S. Imagine Cup 2013 Finals: Virtual Event & Team Presentations Schedule!

    Don't miss the live stream of the 2013 U.S. Imagine Cup Finals this Monday, May 13 from 8:45 am - 2:15 pm PST! RSVP for the virtual event here . If you're reading this on the day of the event (5/13), you can catch the live stream on Channel 9 and on our Facebook page ! Team Presentations Schedule...
  • Blog Post: Webcast: Build Awesome Windows 8 Apps using Azure Cloud Services

    You may have heard about cloud-computing and all the cool ways you can use it to boost your projects, but did you know it could also land you more job opportunities as a mobile app developer? Take Microsoft’s cloud-computing platform Windows Azure for example. A rising number of businesses and...
  • Blog Post: August Tech Student of the Month - Phillip Huff

    August is almost to an end and that means it’s come time again to announce the Tech Student of the Month! This month, we are highlighting Phillip Huff who is the creator of an independent game development studio called Stony Studios. Phillip is about to begin his sophomore year at Stony Brook University...
  • Blog Post: May Microsoft Tech Student of the Month – Kevin Ballinas

    As the month of May comes to a close, it is time to profile our sixth Microsoft Tech Student of the Month. We have chosen Kevin Ballinas, a computer science student in his junior year at Neumont University . Kevin has had the unique opportunity of attending a school that is one hundred percent focused...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure

    Today at the PDC, Ray Ozzie announced our cloud computing platform (called Windows Azure).  Using the platform, developers will be able to build .NET-based applications in the cloud using our data centers.  This kicks of a new revolution in how applications are developed and deployed. Overview...
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