30 To Launch Kicks Off Its Thirty Day Challenge to Rock Your App In the Azure Cloud, and Maybe Win $4,000

30 to Launch Opens Today

If you haven't heard of this before, prepare to engross yourself in a new opportunity.  30 to Launch -- a thirty day boot camp to get your business-as-an-app up and running in the Azure Cloud, with a chance to win $4,000 while you're at it. 

Take thirty days to invest in your Cloud Business with 30 to Launch.  

Join 30 to Launch | Windows Azure. Here's a little more information: 

If you are looking to start a cloud business, port your app to the cloud, or extend an existing app – 30 to Launch is for you. From technical and business consulting time to daily tips to keep you on track, your cloud business you can really kick start things with this program.

Also, what’s new with this challenge is that you can get competitive and stay on track with the 30 to Launch Timeline App. The Timeline App enables sharing of your progress with the entire 30 to Launch community. You’ll have the chance to showcase your app development and see where your app stacks up against other participants. 

At the end of the challenge, not only will you be equipped to jumpstart your cloud business, but you will also have a shot at winning $4,000 to invest in your cloud business. Sign up to the challenge which runs from April 23 to May 22, 2012.

Opportunities like this are popping up all the time with Microsoft. It's a great chance to supercharge your startup efforts and make sure you are surrounding yourself with the right resources and the right people to get you off the ground and running. 

You can also focus completely on building a Windows Phone app in thirty days

*This contest will begin on April 23, 2012 and is open only to hobbyists, professionals, and developers in the field of software technology who are legal residents of the 50 U.S. + D.C. 18+. Please visit http://www.30tolaunch.com/WindowsAzure/Contest/OfficialRules  on April 23rd to receive full details on how to participate

Comments (1)

  1. Ken says:

    You might want to update your links so that they aren't trying to redirect through mail.microsoft.com/owa/redir.aspx

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