MSDN


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MSDN

(MicroSoft Developer Network) A subscription service from Microsoft for software developers. It includes technical documentation and news, patches and fixes for existing products and beta copies of upcoming releases.
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Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition with MSDN Embedded provides developers of embedded devices with a single subscription for access to a variety of Microsoft operating systems, technical support and other resources.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition with MSDN Embedded builds on traditional MSDN benefits by providing developers of embedded devices with a single subscription for access to a variety of Microsoft operating systems, technical support and other resources.
Posting the Exchange ActiveSync documentation on MSDN and expanding the licensing program for the Exchange ActiveSync technology are two steps toward delivering on these commitments.
MSDN editorial director Grant Duers said "our editorial goal has always been to reach and educate as many Microsoft developers as we can.
We are honored to receive these awards from the Society of Technical Communication," said Jill Thiry, Publisher of MSDN Magazine.
MSDN Magazine was recognized with a merit award in the Technical Publication category.
In addition, more accessible tools pricing for small businesses and simplification of MSDN subscription levels for our enterprise customers will enable Microsoft to deliver a complete development platform to satisfy developers at all levels.
We are extremely proud of how much we've accomplished during the past 20 years," said MSDN Magazine Executive Editor, Joshua Trupin.
CMP Media, a leading integrated media company serving the technology, healthcare and music markets, and Microsoft Corporation have introduced MSDN Magazine, The Microsoft Journal for Developers, to the professional software developer market in the Asia-Pacific region through a licensing arrangement with Charlton Media Group.
NET Library as the first third-party product to be hosted on MSDN three years ago, giving millions of developers and architects invaluable resources that are consistent, extensible and easy to use with Visual Studio.
Microsoft encourages beta testers to continue using the MSDN Product Feedback Center (http://msdn.