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  • Blog Post: Pluralsight Start Subscription for all MSDN Subscribers

    I’ve been MSDN user since it was actually called the Microsoft Developer Network. But whether you’re brand new to the subscription or a long time user like me, it has always been beneficial to have a subscription. Well late last week, we just made it a bit more valuable. MSDN subscribers around the world...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 Feature Pack 2 is now available

    It’s here! It’s finally here! This is the second feature pack update for Visual Studio which includes new testing features and code visualization & modeling features. But more importantly, CODE UI TESTING FOR SILVERLIGHT 4 APPLICATION! Let’s hear it. All together now…Huzzah. Huzzah! HUZZAH! The Testing...
  • Blog Post: Office for Mac 2011 available in MSDN Subscriptions

    Today, we announced that Office for Mac 2011 Home and Business and Communicator for Mac 2011 will be included in all Visual Studio Premium and Ultimate with Subscription Levels. This is the first time since I’ve worked with MSDN subscriptions (which dates back pretty far) that Office for Mac has been...
  • Blog Post: Free Azure/VS 2010 Event in Denver and NYC

    Cloud computing is one of the hottest topics in information technology today.  Spend some time with Microsoft to see how your business can benefit from the cloud.  Learn Microsoft’s vision of cloud-computing and experience the Windows Azure cloud platform in-person.  The agenda for the...
  • Blog Post: New MSDN and Visual Studio 2010

    More and more information is becoming available every day on the new MSDN and Visual Studio 2010. For starters, the entire MSDN site has gotten an entirely new look. It has three different views: Classic, Lightweight Beta, and ScriptFree. You can switch between the different views by either select the...
  • Blog Post: Expression Studio 3 for MSDN Premium Subscribers

    With l ast week’s release of Expression Studio 3 , we’ve also made a change to which MSDN Subscribers got Expression Studio with their subscription. Expression Studio 3 is now available to ALL MSDN Premium subscribers. Prior to this last release, only subscribers with Visual Studio Team Suite with MSDN...
  • Blog Post: Windows Home Server on MSDN

    It’s taken a while for this to become a reality, but Windows Home Server (WHS) is now available via your MSDN subscription. This has been a key request from customers ever since WHS was launched. By making it available via MSDN, it will will help IT Pros try out WHS and for the ISV (independent software...
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