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Digipede at TechEd (well, kinda)

June 5th, 2007 · No Comments

Microsoft’s huge TechEd conference is in full swing in Orlando this week. 

Actually, no one from Digipede is physically at TechEd — but if you’re there, look in your bag!  See that VSIP Partner Resource DVD?  We’re on there!  You now have your own free copy of the Digipede Network Developer Edition — install it, try it, and see what all the excitement is about.

(I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again — VSIP rocks.  The program, the people, the exposure, the focus — it’s all good.  Pound for pound, it’s the best partner program at Microsoft, period.  If you make software for the Microsoft platform, find a way to make it touch Visual Studio, and join VSIP now.  Even their Web site sucks less than it used to.)

And if you’re NOT at TechEd — find one of those DVDs!  Microsoft makes zillions of them.  Or just get the Digipede Network Developer Edition freshly brewed on the Digipede Web site here.

Tags: Compute Cluster Server · Events · Grid applications · Partnering with Microsoft

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