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Windows Azure Platform FREE for a month? Yep, here’s how…

image During WPC10 this year, there was a LOT of excitement around the Windows Azure Platform and what this platform is bringing forward and making available.  Now here is a very exciting offer for developers in the U.S. that want to try out the Windows Azure platform for yourself to see why so many people are so excited about this.

Introducing the Windows Azure One Month Pass USA.  Through this unique offer, U.S. developers can get a Windows Azure one month pass, with no need for any credit card, in order to try out Windows Azure and SQL Azure for yourself.  In addition, you can also access no-cost phone, chat and email support through the Front Runner for Windows Azure program

Here are some things to know about this offer:

  1. This offer is good for developers only in the 50 United States
  2. Limited to the first 500 to respond each calendar month beginning August 1 and ending October 31, 2010 (In other words, BE FAST in requesting your Windows Azure One Month Pass USA!)
  3. These passes are good for the current calendar month they are obtained in only.  For example, regardless of whether it is received September 1, 2010 or September 29, 2010, the pass will expire on September 30, 2010.
  4. It is a one month pass, so at the end of the calendar month, your Windows Azure Platform account user ID and password will be deactivated

There are a ton of great resources provided on the Windows Azure One Month Pass USA offer page, as well as the full details for this offer, so be sure to check it out and request your subscription today: Windows Azure One Month Pass USA.

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