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  • Blog Post: DreamSpark provides Free Windows Marketplace for Mobile for Students

    679EAVRD3PD7 Students, another great reason to develop Windows Phone applications in the Windows Marketplace for Mobile -- No registration fee on the mobile marketplace – DreamSpark program waives the $99 registration fees Get the tools for developing your mobile applications...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2010 Academic discounts for Students and Faculty

    Elevate your technology skills with cutting-edge insights and expertise that will update your courses to reflect industry needs. TechEd 2010 , New Orleans, June 7-10 is the single best place to get the latest business strategy, product information, implementation best practices, customer insights and...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft MSDNAA software broadly available through IEEE membership

    Microsoft and IEEE are collaborating to make MSDNAA software available to all IEEE student members as an online download from http://msdn04.e-academy.com/ieee_cs_r9 to help realize your potential with the latest tools and technology. MSDNAA program includes 100+ software products, tools and training...
  • Blog Post: Using Software created with MSDNAA tools – licensing issues

    MSDNAA http://msdnaa.net makes over 300 software titles available to STEMD students and faculty through their academic departments for non-commercial use in teaching, learning and research. The MSDN AA End User License Agreement (EULA) [at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/academic/bb250608.aspx ] the...
  • Blog Post: IEEE and ACM availability of Windows 7 from MSDNAA

    The MSDN Academic Alliance program was established seven years ago as a membership service to provide access to MS platform and development tools to STEM departments at educational institutions throughout the world. In 2008, Microsoft extended availability of MSDN AA to organizations such as IEEE and...
  • Blog Post: Students' must-have products from MSDNAA

    Students in US Colleges and Universities have downloaded the following professional software and tools for learning and research from the ~5000 MSDN AA memberships . These top products cover over 80% of the demand from Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Design (STEM-D) students for software and...
  • Blog Post: What MSDN AA products are distributed in ELMS

    The following is the set of products available for download from the ELMS system (as of Dec 1, 2008). To keep the list manageable, I am not listing the localized language editions. .NET Framework SDK 1.1 Access 2007 Compute Cluster Pack Compute Cluster Pack SDK Exchange Server 2007 Enterprise Edition...
  • Blog Post: Products included in MSDN Academic Alliance

    The following is the list of products included in MSDNAA (as of Dec 1, 2008) for US customers. To keep the list manageable, I have not listed the localized language products or the Beta releases that are availble in MSDN AA. .NET Academic Resource Kit .NET Compact Framework 2.0 Redistributable...
  • Blog Post: How can Students get access to MSDN AA software

    Any eligible STEM-D (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Business and Design) student is eligible to get all the software and tools in the MSDN Academic Alliance program from their department - any STEM-D department in which you are currently taking any class. Here are 3 options for you to get...
  • Blog Post: What are the benefits included in MSDN AA? How does MSDN AA cost?

    MSDN AA includes thousands of dollars worth of software, tools and IT Academy Student Pass Training material, that you can provide all eligible students in the member STEM-D department, for installation on their personal machines and on your lab machines. In addition to the free ELMS software distribution...
  • Blog Post: How to sign-up for MSDN AA - a step-by-step guide

    MSDN AA is an important program where Microsoft works with universities to put Microsoft software in the hands of students registered in a science, technology, math, and/or engineering program. MSDN AA is a paid membership program for college and university departments that enables them to issue software...
  • Blog Post: How is the MSDN AA software distributed to students in STEM departments?

    After the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math) department sign-ups for a MSDN AA membership, getting the MSDN AA software and tools to your students and faculty involves 3 simple steps: Selecting the software distribution mechanism: (once per Lifetime) Once per lifetime of the MSDN AA membership...
  • Blog Post: Why should MSDN AA software be made available to ALL eligible students (even if their class does not use the software)?

    Technology skills are important for the student's career development, are increasingly a key ingredient of their life and learning. Employers demand the latest technical skills, irrespective of the student's major in college. thus technology skills can be a huge differentiator but are also a requirement...
  • Blog Post: Can any student get MSDN AA software?

    MSDN Academic Alliance ( http://msdnaa.net ) is an important program where Microsoft works with universities to put Microsoft software in the hands of students registered in a science, technology, math, and/or engineering program, for non-commercial use. It will continue in close cooperation with schools...
  • Blog Post: Why does MSDN AA exist?

    Technology skills are increasingly important for success of students and for continued leadership in technology arena. The MSDN AA program supports and advances the learning and skills in the areas of technical design, math, science, engineering and technology, by making the latest Microsoft developer...
  • Blog Post: What is MSDN-Academic Alliance (MSDNAA)?

    Microsoft Developer Network - Academic Alliance (MSDN AA) is the easiest and most inexpensive way for students and faculty in the technology and design fields to get the latest Microsoft software they need (through educators and Institutional Access). MSDN AA refers to a family of memberships available...
  • Blog Post: Large and compelling real world datasets for teaching and research

    The Microsoft Enterprise Consortium is a joint program between the Department of Information Systems in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (Walton College) and Microsoft Corporation (MS) and is aimed at providing access to large and compelling real world...
  • Blog Post: DreamSpark - Students get your FREE software here

    Microsoft is Jump Starting the student developer with an offering of FREE developer tools. Just for being a student, you get professional-level developer and design tools as a download, at no-charge and with no strings attached. The DreamSpark offering of software compliments MSDNAA program and MSDN...
  • Blog Post: Webcast Series- Visual Studio Team System 2008

    When : Every Thursday Want to learn more about Visual Studio Team System without having to leave your own home or office? We deliver 1-2 interactive webcast sessions designed to provide you with a solid understanding of how Team System's role-based tools support the entire software development team,...
  • Blog Post: Latest and greatest development toolset Visual Studio 2008 Releases

    Visual Studio 2008 with .NET Framework 3.5 , is the next generation of Microsoft's award-winning development tools and focuses on enabling rapid application development, enhancing collaboration among development teams, and providing development tools support for the latest platforms. For the first time...
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