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    Susan shares her best practices for success in software development, software design and architecture. Her leadership lessons will further empower you including decision pointers for CIOs, CTOs, and Boards. She spotlights the top resources for universities, faculty and students; the DreamSpark program...
  • Blog Post: Professor Gabriel Wainer, Multi-awarding Winning Top Researcher, Blazing Innovative Trails

    Gain unique insights into the work of a globally leading researcher who is impacting in multiple domains. Moreover, his students are making their imprint on the world and history as well including very fine work for the Imagine Cup . I enjoyed my time with Gabriel and I know you will learn much from...
  • Blog Post: Daniel Leblond, Award-Winning Imagine Cup Top Student Researcher Carleton University

    All it takes is one good idea. Imagine Cup , the premiere worldwide technology competitions, is looking for students, to help solve some of the world’s toughest problems through technology. To Take Action and Change the World, go to: http://blogs.technet.com/b/cdnitmanagers/archive/2012/02/13/are...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup Stories from 2011

    These two bulletins came out earlier this year and I know the university community would find them of value so I’m sharing… The Bulletins provide a good background for an interview appearing today with Professor Gabriel Wainer where his students are vying for the 2012 Imagine Cup. Here is a link to Gabriel...
  • Blog Post: Lee Simbeye, Imagine Cup Top Student Researcher Carleton University

    In this interview, Lee Simbeye and his team are leading examples of students impacting the world. All it takes is one good idea. Imagine Cup , the premiere worldwide technology competition, is looking for students, to help solve some of the world’s toughest problems through technology. To Take...
  • Blog Post: Rabeb Othmani, Microsoft Career Factor Idol, Windows Phone 7 Developer, Imagine Cup Winner

    This is the next blog in the continuing series of interviews with top-echelon and renowned professionals. In this blog, I interview Rabeb Othmani, Microsoft Career Factor Idol Winner in the category of “Windows Phone 7 Developer”. Rabeb is also an Imagine Cup Winner. Enjoy! Stephen Ibaraki Rabeb is a...
  • Blog Post: June 21-Attend Microsoft’s Faculty Summit!

    Teaching courses is a lot of work, the constant pressure to keep courses relevant, pressure to build industry partnerships, publish papers, bring in funding, serve on committees, how can you find time to keep up? We want to help, so we’ve put together a series of sessions for teachers and faculty, to...
  • Blog Post: Imagine Cup 2014–Get Involved!

    Canadian teams execute amazingly well at the World finals--the team from the University of Calgary on stage at the 2013 worlds winning $10,000. Take this opportunity to get involved for 2014!       Register Now for Imagine Cup Canada 2014 Microsoft’s premier student technology competition...
  • Blog Post: Chat with Patryk Janiszewski, Innovating Microsoft Windows Store, Windows Phone Developer

    Patryk L. Janiszewski served a tour in Kuwait and Iraq with the U.S. Army during Operation Enduring Freedom. As a student at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Patryk earned his first bachelor's degree in Human Resources in 2011 and is currently seeking a second bachelor's degree in Business...
  • Blog Post: Take action and change the world!

    All it takes is one good idea. Imagine Cup , one of the premiere worldwide technology competitions, is looking for students, to help solve some of the world’s toughest problems through technology. This year, Microsoft will be hosting a Canadian Imagine Cup competition with two categories: Software Design...