Microsoft Developer Ecosystem In Middle East & Africa

Please link back to this page as the content is always being updated. Last update: October 20, 2010 Are you looking for user groups, communities and leader that can connect you with the latest information, technologies, jobs, and project opportunities on the Microsoft developer platform in the Middle East & Africa? Not meant to be…

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What does the Eyjafjallajokull Volcanco have in common with the ladies of Oman?

Muscat, Oman. April 26, 2010. Women in Business Conference 2010. Female enterprise executives and entrepreneurs gathered on a fragrant sunny day at the Intercontinental Hotel, in Oman’s capital city. The topic? Changing the Face of Business – Women as an Economic Force. PANEL: “How Information and Communications Technology can empower women” Together with three distinguished…

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Who’s Who Women in Technology – Mrs. Hanan Saab – Managing Director PHARMAMED

“I just wanted something more. So I took a risk.” Mrs. Hanan Saab Muscat, Oman. April 26, 2010. Women in Business Conference 2010. Female enterprise executives and entrepreneurs gathered on a fragrant sunny day at the Intercontinental Hotel, in Oman’s capital city. The topic? Changing the Face of Business – Women as an Economic Force….

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Join the Women At Microsoft Facebook Group

  Be a fan of WomenAtMicrosoft to support creativity and innovation in software!  It’s not just all dry science and technology. Software provides the ability to change lives and worlds using creative vision. The copywriting:

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WomenBuild at Microsoft Sweden TechDays

March 22 2010 Örebro Sweden. Thanks to Danwei Tran & Robert Rasmussen, the latest WomenBuild workshop ran the day before Swedish TechDays in Örebro. Danwei summarizes “Even though Örebro is a small town (walking distance to everywhere) and TechDays hadn’t started yet, we still managed to get 15 enthusiastic participants at the workshop. There were…

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Software Development Training & Programs for Young Women

LIVING WIKI: This means that this blog post will get updated frequently with more content.  During the MSDN Roadshow today, after my presentation on ASP.NET 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010, I spoke about the declining trend of female technologists (more on that later). I counted 67 people in the room, 6 of which were female.   …

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