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Microsoft Discounts

By Tippy33 ·
Hello All,
I was wondering if anyone knows of a way I can become a microsoft software user and receive MS products for a discounted rate in order to test/practice for some of my future clients?

Thanks,
TZEUS

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MCSE

by LarryD4 In reply to Microsoft Discounts

You could become an MCSE or certified developer. That way you get access to betas and test apps.

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MSDN

by The Scummy One In reply to Microsoft Discounts

get lots o SW betas, full versions (for test use only). However it costs quite a bit for the account, it seems to be worth it (mostly).

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Microsoft Action Pack

by IC-IT In reply to Microsoft Discounts
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You need to sign up with M$ as a Certified Partner or Better

by OH Smeg In reply to Microsoft Discounts

To buy the Action Packs if that is what you are asking.

Just one thing though the last Action Pack that I got was full of Pirate Software according to M$ and they couldn't accept that they where the ones who sold it.

Col

Edited to add This is the M$ Canadian Web Site that You want I believe

https://partner.microsoft.com/canada/partner?countrycode=en-ca

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Microsoft Connect

by Jacky Howe In reply to Microsoft Discounts

do a Google for it.

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also student

by Dr Dij In reply to Microsoft Discounts

discount - if you take evening course at many colleges, they have student versions (full versions but can't be used at a biz)

for deep discount.

If you have student ID from actual place there are also commercial sites willing to sell you the student versions.

We have one across from the Fry's here in OC.

Short of that you can always download the trial versions. VS + sql svr trial good for 180 days. Prjo mgr for 120 days.

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