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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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The CERA v4 code and design blueprint will be available by July 2008 at no cost (connect-time charges may apply) for download from the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Healthcare Industry Center at http://msdn.
The software grant provides NSBE educational chapters with a three-year membership subscription to the Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance.
NET Library is available on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) at http://lab.
Cameron Myhrvold, founding Ignition partner, will become a board advisor and bring his experience creating the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) to the table.
NET software assets and perform model-based searches of the library on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN), a vital online resource for more than three million Microsoft developers worldwide.
IT professionals can also extend Windows Desktop Search to index additional information sources and file types using IFilters and protocol handlers that are extensively documented on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN(R)) Web site, http://msdn.
The company announced that the first Windows Vista CTP build will be distributed to all PDC attendees, as well as to participants in the Windows Vista technical beta program and to Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN(R)) and Microsoft TechNet subscribers.
NET Library hosted on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN), a vital online resource for more than three million Microsoft developers worldwide.
Compuware has taken detailed information from trusted sources, such as Microsoft Developer Network and embedded this information into DevPartner analysis capabilities, giving developers an automated expert to advise them on locating and correcting application problems.
Sapient (NASDAQ: SAPE), a leading business and technology consultancy, today announced it has developed and released a new tool, called BuildIt, to the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN).
MSDN, the Microsoft Developer Network, is a set of online and offline services designed to help developers use Microsoft products.

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