Who moved My Product Keys?

We’re working on some big improvements that you’ll be seeing in the coming months, but we don’t want to lose sight of the small things we can do to improve the site right now. The other day I read someone’s feedback about how it didn’t make sense that you had to navigate to Subscriber Downloads…

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Get up to $3,100 in Annual Windows Azure platform benefits at no extra charge

Just in case you missed Soma’s Happy 1st Birthday, Visual Studio 2010! blog post on April 12th, if you’re an existing Visual Studio Professional, Premium or Ultimate with MSDN subscriber, you get up-to $3,100 in annual Windows Azure platform benefits at no extra charge. These benefits let you try out Windows Azure for an extended…

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Want to Participate in Our Research Study ?

In June, we will be conducting a series of focus groups and usability studies in San Jose & Sunnyvale CA, Seattle, and New York.  The research will help us better understand customer experience in usability, benefits, and other areas.  The feedback you provide will help us determine the next 3 year engineering roadmap.  If you…

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RSS Feed of New Downloads – We Got That

Mark Curphey here again (@curphey on Twitter) I was in a meeting with a senior person in the company the other day who said “You know what I really want for my MSDN Subscriptions is an RSS feed of the products as they are published”. Guess what, we already have that (and it will be…

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Would You Like to Download VM’s ?

Mark Curphey here again (@curphey on Twitter and www.curphey.com on the web) This Friday post is a very simple set of questions but before I ask them I wanted to set the context. The subscriptions team have been discussing the idea of packaging up specific subscriptions software into a set of virtual machines that subscribers…

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Coming Soon to MSDN Subscribers!

Intro Mark Curphey here (@curphey on Twitter and www.curphey.com on the web). I am the Group Program Manager for the Server and Tools Online Subscriptions team. We develop the Subscriptions web site and the infrastructure that powers your MSDN (and TechNet) subscriptions experience. There is a lot of exciting things that have been happening behind…

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