#WeSpeakCode Spotlight: Sonam Singh

Microsoft’s #WeSpeakCode campaign aims to empower young people across Asia Pacific to learn coding and realise their potential. We spoke to several individuals who are passionate about coding and involved in encouraging others to discover the fun and excitement of learning to code. Sonam Singh's enthusiasm for technology has allowed her to explore new opportunities…

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Apps for Education

Microsoft has a library of amazing apps for learning! A full list, categorized by subject area, is available on Microsoft.com/education. Below are some of our favorites!     MathspaceMathspace allows students to complete full worked solutions to problems online and receive instant feedback and help at every step. Interactive Touch BooksExperience the best in touch interaction…

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Merdeka Day Celebrated with Homegrown Apps from Malaysia

Microsoft Malaysia is celebrating the month of August by paying homage to locally made apps leading up to ‪Merdeka Day with ‪#‎31AppsMadeInMalaysia. Every day for 31 days, one made-in-Malaysia app that is available for Windows 8 and Windows Phone will be featured. These great apps demonstrate the creativity, drive and inherent potential that exists within our…

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AppsForAsia: Driving Momentum of Social and Economic Development in India

AppsForAsia is a new initiative created by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Microsoft, and is supported by regional information technology (IT) associations, private sector technology partners and universities. The programme aims to harness the creative power of hundreds of software developer teams to create sustainable solutions for the economic, commercial and social benefit of governments,…

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AppsForAsia: Encouraging Software & App Development in Malaysia

AppsForAsia is a new initiative created by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Microsoft, and is supported by regional information technology (IT) associations, private sector technology partners and universities. The programme aims to harness the creative power of hundreds of software developer teams to create sustainable solutions for the economic, commercial and social benefit of governments,…

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AppsForAsia: Fostering Technology Innovation in South Korea

AppsForAsia is a new initiative created by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Microsoft, and is supported by regional information technology (IT) associations, private sector technology partners and universities. The programme aims to harness the creative power of hundreds of software developers to create sustainable solutions for the economic, commercial and social benefit of governments, non-governmental…

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Fostering Social & Economic Development with AppsForAsia

Asian Development Bank and Microsoft Corp. will showcase the Apps For Asia-Redesigning Development Programme at the 46th Annual Meeting of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). “AppsForAsia is a great showcase of the power of technology and the role it can play in fostering social and economic development,” said Bindu N Lohani, vice president for Knowledge…

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AppsForAsia: Creating Sustainable Solutions in Australia

AppsForAsia is a new initiative created by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Microsoft, and is supported by regional information technology (IT) associations, private sector technology partners and universities. The programme aims to harness the creative power of hundreds of software developers to create sustainable solutions for the economic, commercial and social benefit of governments, non-governmental…

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AppsForAsia: Empowering Developers in the Philippines

AppsForAsia is a new initiative created by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Microsoft, and is supported by regional information technology (IT) associations, private sector technology partners and universities. The programme aims to harness the creative power of hundreds of software developers to create sustainable solutions for the economic, commercial and social benefit of governments, non-governmental…

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Nonprofits Pioneer Apps for Windows Phone

Special thanks to Heather Mansfield, principal blogger at Nonprofit Tech 2.0. For the full list of 11 nonprofits from her original post, please go here. When nonprofits launch, or consider launching, a smartphone app, most would first create an iPhone or Android app. While launching a third version of a smartphone app is rare, the…

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