TheRomMistress · Jan 20, 2011 at 12:00 pm

ATTN WM7 Devs! Get Azure For FREE With BizSpark

With the recent launch of Windows Mobile 7, many developers are trying to make a name for themselves by developing applications for the new OS. This task can often be both daunting and expensive. With the help of XDA member kenikh, developers can learn how to qualify for a free Premeir MSDN account.

Originally posted by kenikh

Who qualifies?

Yes, there are qualifications, but pretty much anyone who cares enough about software development to be reading this sub-forum on XDA will qualify. If you are actively developing software, you aren’t developing this project for a publicly traded company, your project/startup is less than three years old and is making less than US $1M annually, you qualify. That simple.

So, what does this mean for you? It means you get three years of FREE access to the Windows Azure Platform, allowing you a multitude of practical tools to help build those applications that before, you could only dream about. And what’s more, “You can go live, host your product, and try to make some money with it.”

To find out how you can get your Free BizSpark account CLICK HERE NOW. Happy Developing!


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