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Team SmartARM of Canada win 2018 Imagine Cup championship

Team SmartARM emerge winners in the 2018 Microsoft Imagine Cup Competition.  The 2018 edition of the Microsoft student developer championship has a winner, Team SmartARM. Team SmartARM, is made up of students from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada. The team won the 2018 championship with their smartARM idea. A

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Team Fe Amaan

Team Fe Amaan qualify to present at Imagine Cup 2018 Semi-finals

Microsoft Middle East and Africa finalist Team Fe Amaan qualify for the Imagine Cup Semi-finals.  Three teams from the Microsoft Middle East and Africa cluster qualified for this years Imagine Cup competition. The student developer competition unearths new innovations seeking to solve some of the worlds problems using Microsoft's technologies.  This year

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South African

Microsoft supports 3 South African Organizations with $1M in cash and technology grants

Microsoft Philanthropies announce $1M in cash and technology grants to three innovative non-profit South African organisations to drive greater impact through digital transformation     Recipients of the grants are Youth Empowerment Services (YES), Peace Parks Foundation and the Sunflower Fund. Microsoft believes this "will bolster their work to respectively create employment opportunities for

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2018 Africa Microsoft Partner

2018 Africa Microsoft Partner Network Partner of the Year Award Winners

Meet the 2018 Africa Microsoft Partner Network Partner of the Year Awards winners   Each year Microsoft celebrates partner achievements at its flagship Inspire partner event. Microsoft Inspire event brings Microsoft partners from across the globe together to network, learn and collaborate. Microsoft shares its vision and strategies with them as well.

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digital skills

Microsoft joins initiative on boosting digital skills and employability of Africa youth

Microsoft among partners sealing Africa youth digital skills gap  Microsoft has joined other partners in the Coding for Employment program – an initiative seeking to bridge the digital skills divide among the youth in Africa. Under the program by African Development Bank (ADB), the youth will be equipped with demand-driven Information

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