Pluralsight + MSDN = Loads of free training!

In case you missed the reminder in the latest MSDN Flash, here’s another gentle nudge: For a limited time, all MSDN subscribers in the US can get a FREE 1 year “starter” subscription to the list of 20 Pluralsight courses listed here on their website. This is a great opportunity to leverage even more of…

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New Invoicing Option Available for Azure Benefits on MSDN

As you may know, as an MSDN subscriber you get access to Windows Azure for reviewing your application’s viability and resource requirements in the cloud (see Azure Benefits for MSDN Subscribers).  If you went over the allotted computing usage while using your Azure access, you previously only had the option to pay for that overage…

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Updated Training on MSDN

If you didn’t know, MSDN provides several free training courses (read:  great instructional videos with downloadable source code, plus offline options which include presentations for sharing the good word!). Several topics have been updated, and now Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 development trainings have recently been moved from Channel 9 to MSDN. Take a peek! …

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Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 is Here + The New MSDN

You’ve probably read a lot about this already, so I’ll keep it short:  VS 2010 Beta 2 is available via MSDN – details here:  http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/dd582936.aspx.  Full availability is scheduled for 10/21. Here’s what you should do to get started: Visit the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Beta site to download the Beta,…

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Sweeping Changes in Visual Studio 2010 and MSDN – 60 Minute Webcast Series

Visual Studio 2010 and MSDN are BIG – and they are getting bigger! In this session, we’ll explore all the changes to the Visual Studio family of products, including Team Foundation Server as well as recent upgrades and changes to our MSDN line-up. Please join us for a 60 minute “CAN’T MISS” – high level…

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