September, 2009

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  • Microsoft Switzerland Student Blog

    You Make IT Smart: Code – Play – Win

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    The You Make IT Smart campaign invites you to “Code – Play – Win”. Find out how to program your own spaceship game, win one of the 200 free Xbox 360® Arcade consoles, download free software, complete free online learning courses or take part in competitions...
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    Bing’s Visual Search

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    Almost 25 years ago, Microsoft presented a new concept of OS by replacing the command line with some visual windows and icons. The same is happening now with the search in Internet. During TechCrunch , Microsoft Senior Vice President Yusuf Mehdi presented...
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    Imagine Cup 2010 Information Event at ETH Zürich, 30.September 2009

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    Imagine Cup ( www.imaginecup.com ) is an annual worldwide student competition with categories ranging from digital arts to software design. More than 300 000 students from over 140 countries entered the competition in 2009. As with the Olympics, Imagine...
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    Search with Bing

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    I guess by now you all have heard about Bing Search that replaced Live Search since May 2009. Something you may not yet know, is that OnlineColleges.net (a must stop if you plan to go to study in the US) has created list of 50 tricks and shortcuts...
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    Get to Know my.live.com

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    If you have ever had problem keeping up with you RSS feed or being able to put all your news, blogs and gadgets together, then you should give a try to my.live.com . Once you logged in with your live account you’ll be able to add your content thru...
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    Microsoft tag

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    Have you already heard about 2D barcodes? Instead of having the data set in a vector like in normal barcode, 2D barcodes have the data in a matrix, which means they enable to store a lot more data (usually v-card, URL or free text). Well, the problem...
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    pptPlex

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    At university we are all at one point or another in a situation where we need to make a public presentation. Most likely you’ll go with PowerPoint and choose a nice design with Transitions and animations, but as students we usually need some help to organize...
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