DX Ireland - Student Competition

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Microsoft Ireland are launching a competition for third level students in Ireland and Northern Ireland! This video details how you can enter the competition! 

To Enter:

  1. Watch the video series from this link http://aka.ms/azurefordreamsparkire and follow the steps to activate your Azure for DreamSpark subscription and setup your own Azure website
  2. Tweet us @dxirl with a link to your azurewebsites.net page.
  3. After sharing, you will automatically be entered into a draw to win an Xbox One and other prizes.
  4. T&C's and further details are here http://aka.ms/studentsire 

What is DreamSpark?: "DreamSpark is a Microsoft Program that supports technical education by providing access to Microsoft software for learning, teaching and research purposes. DreamSpark is simple: it's all about giving students Microsoft professional-level developer and designer tools at no cost so that students can chase their dreams and create the next big breakthrough in technology - or just get a head start on their career. DreamSpark helps educators teach the latest technologies and experiment in research. Microsoft knows that to make learning more motivating, relevant, and engaging for today's students requires a diverse set of resources. DreamSpark gives educators the resources to ensure their classrooms always have the latest technologies to challenge, motivate, and keep students engaged in new ways. DreamSpark is also a subscription for Academic Institutions: it provides a cost-effective way to put Microsoft developer tools, platforms and servers in labs and classrooms, and on their students' and faculty's computers for learning and research purposes. It reduces lab costs and teaching budgets." 

To hear more from the DX Ireland team, visit our Twitter page @dxirl 

Best of luck with the competition!

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