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Register to Join the Microsoft-AfriLabs Training for Startups on Azure and BizSpark

Are you a startup founder, techpreneur or an entrepreneur? Do you want to learn how to maximize and benefit from Microsoft's cloud and BizSpark platforms?  You might want to join this free training. Microsoft in collaboration with AfriLabs is hosting a FREE technical training for startups on the 8th of April, 2017 in Lagos, Nigeria. This training

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blogger

Microsoft Nigeria Hosts Bloggers to a Digital Transformation Interactive session

Microsoft Nigeria hosted bloggers from Nigeria to an interactive session on Empowering Digital Transformation. The bloggers meetup event was to bring a familiarization of service solutions offered by Microsoft and the new updates coming with the Creators Update to the bloggers. Digital Transformation is simply doing things differently and with ease. The Creators Update is the next major

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Special Olympics

Microsoft sponsors 30 Special Olympics athletes from delegations around the world

Microsoft is sponsoring 30 individuals from various countries representing at the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter  games in Austria. Microsoft is the official Technology Sponsor of the Special Olympics, 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games taking place in Austria. With that Microsoft is also sponsoring 30 individuals from representing nationals in the competition. Microsoft

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WINsiders4Good

WINsiders4Good Nigeria Fellowship Launched

WINsiders4Good Nigeria Fellowship has launched in Lagos, Nigeria. Microsoft's Windows Insider chief Dona Sarkar launched the program. After the 1st anniversary of Windows 10, the WINsiders4good initiative was introduced. The WINsiders4Good fellowship fellowship program is a series of global create-a-thons with the aim of helping insiders within a community build something

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Microsoft Partners

Microsoft Honours their African Partners

Microsoft held it's annual Worldwide Partners Conference in Toronto, Canada this month. The event is held yearly to appreciate the efforts of it's partners in delivering Microsoft Services around the world. Microsoft Partners in Africa have ben honoured locally and internationally by the Microsoft teams in Africa and Redmond. There was

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Microsoft Nigeria Bloggers Meet Up

Microsoft Nigeria brought together some of Nigeria's bloggers to a special Bloggers Meet Up session at their office in Lagos. Microsoft Nigeria got together some bloggers from Nigeria to their Victoria Island, Lagos head office. This was a an opportunity for the bloggers to meet the Microsoft team and learn about some

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Imagine Cup Finals 2016

4 teams from Africa qualify to present at the Imagine Cup Finals 2016

Four teams from Africa qualify to present at the Imagine Cup Finals 2016 scheduled to take place in Seattle, United States. The teams from Tunisia, Nigeria and South Africa will compete head to head with 31 other student developer teams from July 26th to the 29th to become the next Imagine Cup

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Young Female Coders Make What is Next

Young Female Coders from Ghana, other African nations and the Middle East share their experiences on coding and how they are making what is next. In the video below 12 ladies share what's it's been like for them in a field mostly associated with the masculine gender. Selasi Gborgla and Nana Akosua Attuah

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Microsoft Nigeria

Microsoft Nigeria shows Love with Act of Kindness

Microsoft Nigeria went out of it's way to show love during the season of love with the Act of Kindness program. The employees of Microsoft Nigeria spent a whole day with students of the Jinadu Anglican Primary School, Ikoyi, Lagos where they taught students and painted the school walls. The team believes Microsoft's

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Nigeria launch

Microsoft Lumia 950 XL & 950 Launched in Nigeria

Nigeria has officially seen the launch of Microsoft mobile's latest flagship the Lumia 950 XL and Lumia 950. The two flagships devices were announced sometime back and have been making their way to various markets around the world. The new devices run Windows 10 mobile and shares the same code base as Windows 10 PC. Microsoft

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