DreamSpark and MSDNAA Reimagined

Microsoft DreamSpark™ program launched on Feb 19, 2008 in United States, the United Kingdom, China, Germany, France, Finland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Belgium with the goal of jumpstarting the student developer with an offering of developer tools, at no cost. DreamSpark program has since  expanded with a high school offering and grown to over 100…

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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  – including Servers, developments tools, applications and eLearning. Top products that students download from…

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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 ACM whose mission was to support the educational and…

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