Mar 20 2023 07:14 PM
Mar 20 2023 07:14 PM
Step 1: Don't miss this amazing opportunity, register for the Student Summit Watch Party in Johannesburg on the 22nd March 2023
Step 2: Complete this Cloud Skill challenge here https://aka.ms/StudentSummitSouthAfrica
Step 3: Fill the Official Rul Form https://aka.ms/SSNGWPRules.
Microsoft Student Summit Watch Party South Africa
Microsoft Student Summit is an event designed for students and rising developers who are passionate about technology and eager to learn new skills and meet like-minded individuals. Attending the Microsoft Student Summit can provide students with a number of benefits, including:
Exposure to the Latest Technologies: The Microsoft Student Summit provides students with an opportunity to learn about and experience the latest Microsoft technologies, such as cloud computing and artificial intelligence.
Microsoft Learn: Microsoft Student Summit Cloud Skills Challenge are hands-on, allowing students to apply their knowledge and skills to real-world learning and challenges. This can be a valuable experience for students and rising developers who are looking to build their portfolios and demonstrate their abilities to future employers.
Career development: The Microsoft Student Summit can be a valuable resource for students who are interested in pursuing careers in technology. By attending the event, students can gain insights into the latest trends and innovations in the industry and connect with potential employers and recruiters.
Overall, the Microsoft Student Summit provides students and rising developers with a unique opportunity to learn and grow as individuals and technology professionals. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced technologist, the Microsoft Student Summit is a valuable investment in your future.
Visit Microsoft Student Hub here: https://aka.ms/learnstudent
Register for the Student Summit
Online Event http://aka.ms/studentsummit
Only invited attendees will be allowed to attend the physical watch party event
Mar 21 2023 10:07 AMSolution
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