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MS Premium magazines now available for free.

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Microsoft announced the availability of free digital subscription to their premium magazine MSDN and Dr.Dobb’s. The usual subscription for MSDN would be $60 and Dr.Dobbs comes around $30 is now offered for free. A $90 value.

At least now we would be able to read the digital edition free of cost from our desk. Thanks to Microsoft for their regular notifications. Lets have an overview about the magazine inside’s

MSDN:
MSDN annual subscription basically costs $60 for the digital edition. MSDN Magazine is the publication to read for up-to-the-minute, comprehensive coverage of Microsoft development technologies especially .Net, ASP and other web developments. It also contains solutions to real-world problems including valuable learning content on Microsoft development technologies.
To View a sample of this magazine click here.

Dr.Dobbs:
With a 30 years experience, this magazine has evolved to be a worth one especially for software development. Also this magazine contains essential tools for professional software developers and architects with up to date technology information. Before this annual subscription for this magazine seem to be $30 but now its digital edition is free.

To view a sample of this magazine click here.

All you need to get the free subscription is simply a Microsoft passport account. After all it’s free!

Links: Register Here | Microsoft.

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Sankaranand

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4 Comments

  • September 23, 2007 at 8:25 pm
    Goutam

    a good visit of this may give a good idea

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  • September 23, 2007 at 8:26 pm
    Goutam

    a good idea is a good visting of this that what are u

    Reply
  • October 23, 2007 at 4:47 pm

    You sure its not phising or something ? Hmm….

    Reply
  • October 23, 2007 at 5:51 pm

    You can check the link for yourself, i have got the mail from Microsoft’s domain address. So no probz of phising.

    Reply

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