Microsoft DreamSpark has now grown with the addition of six new products. This release included: Kodu, SmallBasic, Mathematics 4.0, SQL Server 08 R2, XNA Game Studio 4.0 and Windows Embedded Standard 7.
In addition to the new software mentioned by Thompson, DreamSpark also contains such software as: Visual Studio 2010, Windows Phone, Visual Studio 2008, Robotics Developer Studio 2008 R3, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Embedded Standard, and others.
"Dreamspark is all about free development software for students. This week we added six new or updated products to the mix," revealed Microsoft's Alfred Thompson.
DreamSpark is truly an exceptional collection of Microsoft technologies to get students involved in software development.
DreamSpark provides professional-level developer and design tools to students and educators around the world at no charge. These Microsoft tools will help you advance your learning and skills through technical design, technology, math, science, and engineering activities.
High Schools, Vocational and Trade Schools, Community Colleges, and Universities are all eligible to participate in the DreamSpark program. Simply put, any accredited school around the world is eligible.
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