Imagine Cup 2012 Windows Azure and Windows Phone Challenges Announced

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This week Microsoft announced that as part of Imagine Cup 2012, it will introduce two new events, Windows Azure Challenge and Windows Phone Challenge. Students will be able to submit projects to both of the challenges, which are focused on guiding students through the development process.

While many of the challenge winners will be presented live at the Worldwide Finals, the Windows Azure and Windows Phone Challenges will actually be run and judged online, with the winners to be announced on stage at the Worldwide Finals, which is being held in Sydney, Australia.

This week Microsoft announced that as part of Imagine Cup 2012, it will introduce two new events, Windows Azure Challenge and Windows Phone Challenge. Students will be able to submit projects to both of the challenges, which are focused on guiding students through the development process.

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