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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.
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.

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