Microsoft has launched the Microsoft IT Academy program in China to help college students with advanced IT technologies. This will of some assistance in the more rapid development of China’s information industry.
The Microsoft IT Academy program enables faculty and students to acquire new technology skills. Microsoft IT Academies benefit from world-class Microsoft curriculum and software tools to experience real-world challenges in the classroom environment.
Perhaps one real-life challenge would be to get Vista to work on all PCs.
Zhang Hongjiang, the vice president of Microsoft China R&D Group and the managing director of Advanced Technology Center said training of IT talents are essential to local information industry and a healthy IT ecosystem.
You can find sites as they open at Microsoft IT Academy.
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