Microsoft is making professional development software available at no charge to post-secondary school and university students worldwide. The initiative called DreamSpark was announced
yesterday starting with 11 countries, and will soon grow to more countries over the year.
Among the products available currently are Windows Server, the Expression Suite of products, XNA Game Studio, SQL Server and the new Visual Studio.
Students attending accredited university, college, junior college, community college, or a tertiary/higher education institution can go to the DreamSpark site
on MSDN now to sign up.
PS: Kudos to Academic DPE.
Labels: DreamSpark, Microsoft, Software
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