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  • Blog Post: Dreamspark Evolution Release Now live!

    The final instalment of the Dreamspark website is now live. The site has undergone an upgrade in design and UX making it even easier to access the software you want for free. If you are not familiar with Dreamspark - The program offers Microsoft’s Developer and Design software (VS08, Expression2, WS08...
  • Blog Post: Why is technology so important? Hear from developers and architects from all around the world

    This is an excellent video about the importantance of technology and the impact Microsoft is having in this industry. The video provides an insight into how the industry (developers/architects) perceive the value of Microsoft technology and the significance of software development. If you are interested...
  • Blog Post: Small Basic for Beginner Developers

    Small Basic has been designed specifically for novice developers. The easy to use programming language allows beginners to get a clear understanding of the fundamentals of programming and have lots of fun on the way. Small Basic is available for download- Click here . Also check out the Small Basic Blog...
  • Blog Post: ‘Liberation Day’- Microsoft CEO visiting Sydney

    Microsoft’s CEO, Steve Ballmer will be in Sydney on the 6th of November presenting at a one-off event designed specifically for the Australian developer community. Ballmer, a long time advocate and supporter of the global developer community will look to inspire and inform the audience on the latest...
  • Blog Post: Lecturer Only giveaway - Win tickets to Visual Studio / SQL Server / Windows Server launch events

    As you may all know by now, Visual Studio 2008, Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 will all be launching (or have already launched) this year. As part of our celebrations, the launch team have organised a number of launch events around Australia (more information at the Heroes Happen 2008 website...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 is now available in MSDNAA

    Visual Studio 2008 is now available for MSDNAA subscribers. Please contact your universitie's MSDNAA administrator for more information. If your department would like to subscribe to MSDNAA please register at www.msdnaa.net MSDNAA provides you with the software and tools you need to teach your students...
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