You’ve built your app and now you need to share it with the world.
Being a student is tough so Microsoft is kind enough to waver the one time registration fee (R193 at time of publication). I explain the simple steps needed to claim this cool benefit.
Head on over to www.dreamspark.com/Student/Windows-Store-Access and login with you DreamSpark account.
Don’t have a DreamSpark account? Check out this post (errornaik.com/dreamspark-registration-updated) for details on getting one
Click “Get code Now”, don’t close this tab yet; you will need this code in a bit.
Read more “Claim your free Windows/WP dev account using DreamSpark”
So you’re a student and want to develop for Microsoft technologies? Luckily our friends at Microsoft really see the potential in students and have invested heavily in providing premium tools at no cost.
Step 1 – The key
There are 2 ways to get one of these:
Email me and I’ll email you a card like below. I no longer give these out as it is now very easy to verify your student status using your school/university email address.
Read more “DreamSpark Registration (Updated)”
We’re hosting a Hour of Code station at DUT this weekend. Pop in and complete your Hour of Code 😀
Below is an excerpt with all the details.
I’d like to introduce myself, I am a Microsoft Student Partner (MSP) which is a volunteer student program active in over 110 countries around the world, and I’ve been selected a Microsoft technology expert on my university campus.
The MSP program is for students who realize the best technology careers come to those chase their dreams. Part of this dream is to be able to share my passion for technology with others and make sure the next generation of students understand how computer science can be a catalyst to create and achieve great things and unlock opportunities for youth around the world.
We know that computers are everywhere, but fewer schools teach computer science than 10 years ago. Good news is, we’re on our way to change this. If you heard about the Hour of Code last year, you might know it made history. In one week, 15 million students tried computer science! Computer science was on homepages of Google, MSN, Yahoo! and Disney. Over 100 partners came together to support this movement.
The reason I’m contacting you is this year we’d like to make it even bigger. We are hosting an Hour of Code station at The Durban University of Technology. Everyone (kids, parents, CEOs etc.) is welcome to come in and complete their Hour of Code, even USA president Barack Obama recently completed his Hour of Code.
Date: 13 December 2014
Time: 09:00 – 12:00 (Anytime within this period)
Venue: 22 Winterton Walk,
DUT, Ritson Campus, LAB 5
We’re hoping to reach 100 million participants by the end of the year and I’m hoping with your support you’ll allow me to help contribute to that goal.
Also we have some goodies for those who complete their Hour of Code at this station 😀
You have till 30 September 2014 to associated a Microsoft account with your DreamSpark account. You will lose access to your DreamSpark account if you miss this deadline.
I hope I didn’t vex you too much with my bold and red text above. Lets get to it then, time’s a wastin.
Chances are you received an email like the one below and it went straight into your spam folder or you caught a glimpse of it and didn’t catch the important bits.
Read more “Update your DreamSpark account now!”
So you’re a student and want to develop for Microsoft technologies? Luckily our friends at Microsoft really see the potential in students and have invested heavily by providing
premium tools at no cost.
Step 1 – The key
Firstly you’ll need a DreamSpark card which has a verification code on it. The design of these cards change a good deal so don’t be concerned if the card you have you looks different.
Read more “DreamSpark registration”