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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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In addition to setting up a new site for the teen techie, Microsoft gave Rowe an Xbox game system, Microsoft Certification training, a subscription to the Microsoft Developer Network site--and an invitation to Redmond, Wash.
Members of the Microsoft Developer Network will receive detailed technical information about AutoPlay, including sample code, with their next disc update.
Localytics adds support to its app analytics service today for Windows 8 apps, as Microsoft makes the final version of Windows 8 available to the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN).
PKWARE is a member of the Microsoft Developer Network and has a long history of serving the needs of the Windows community," said Jim Peterson, Chief Scientist for PKWARE.
Qualified Startups will also benefit from support and visibility through Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) and the global BizSpark community of partners, investors and clients.
A post on The Windows Blog highlights a case study published on Microsoft's Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) site containing a detailed technical blueprint that describes the porting of the iPhone application Amplitude to Windows Mobile 6.
Available soon after SIFMA, you can learn more about Microsoft and Coral8's high volume, low-latency solution for financial trading applications at the Architecture Industry Center for Capital Markets on the Microsoft Developer Network site.
As a multi-award recipient for recognition of sustained annual revenue growth, the Richardson, Texas-based company continues to build strategic business relationships with among others, Hewlett-Packard, Century 21 International and Microsoft Developer Network.

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