This week at Microsoft Research’s 12th annual Faculty Summit, Project Hawaii student creations from over 20 universities will be on showcase.   Project Hawaii is an experimental program that provides students with tools, services, and equipment to create their own, cloud-enabled applications using Windows Azure (Microsoft’s platform-as-a-service) and Windows Phone [...] Related posts: Project Tuva: Classic Richard Feynman Lectures Now Available Through Microsoft Research Thank you, Mommy The Datacenter Re-imagined with Windows Azure ...read more