Sunil Jagadish

Imagine Cup 2006 – India

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Its been a long time since I posted here and I have lots of excuses for that. 😉

India is hosting Microsoft’s most awaited Global Student Competition – Imagine Cup. Imagine Cup 2005 Global finals was hosted by Japan and everyone throughout the world witnessed real cool applications developed by students.

It’s amazing to see all these passionate students doing such great work. The Imagine Cup brings fun competition and tough challenges to the next generation of software innovators, and I’m excited that Microsoft is helping them succeed.
– Microsoft® founder and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates

The theme for Imagine Cup 2006 –

“Imagine a world where technology enables people to live healthier lives”

[Source]

There are already lots of sites/blogs on the web which have published details of this years Imagine Cup, though I havent found an official competition details fromMicrosoft. If you are tempted to get clicking, here are a few pointers –

http://blogs.msdn.com/msozacademic/comments/475194.aspx
http://www.fmi.uni-sofia.bg/microsoft/initiatives/imaginecup2006india.html
http://www.schrankmonster.de/PermaLink,guid,cd64d0f2-dcba-454f-83b6-ff21b75f5015.aspx

Apart from these, to get a regular dose of updated information about IC ’06, you must stay tuned to thespoke.net, becuase that is where all the ‘stuff’ is going to happen.

Sharath and I have teamed up for Imagine Cup 2006

(Update: We didn’t participate in Imagine Cup 2006. Looking forward for IC 2007)

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Written by Sunil

2005.10.29 at 05:17 AM

Posted in Microsoft

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