SOFTWARE DESIGN RULES
Local Software Design competitions are subject to country/region specific laws. Find a Software Design competiton in your country/region and refer to their official rules prior to entering.
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Software Design Rules
The Software Design competition challenges students to explore their own creativity by using technology to solve what they consider to be the toughest problems facing the world today. The Imagine Cup provides the incentive, but the competitors provide the genius behind innovative, dynamic, and powerful software applications. Using Microsoft tools and technology, competitors can unleash their ideas and technical talent to create cutting edge software applications. Students will develop, test, and build their ideas into applications that can change the world.
In order to help you to better understand this year’s theme – “Imagine a world where technology helps solve the toughest problems” – we recommend familiarizing yourselves with the eight United Nations Millennium Development Goals (“MDGs”). The MDGs identify some of the toughest challenges in the world today. Learn more about the 2011 Theme.
The Software Design competition is structured differently based on the country/region you are representing. Please make sure to read your local country/region competition rules (if applicable) to better understand how to compete in this competition.
If you choose to compete in this Competition, then you agree that your participation is subject to the following:
The Imagine Cup Official Rules
The Imagine Cup Software Design Competition Rules and Regulations described below
Any applicable Imagine Cup Software Design Local Competition Rules posted on your country/region’s web site.