Surface Simulator and SDK now available to Microsoft Partners

Microsoft opened up access to the Microsoft Surface software development kit and simulator to partners “Aussie companies who are champing at the bit to give Surface design and development a try can now at least get access to the SDK and simulator, and get started working on Surface applications. Microsoft partners can now sign up to […]

Microsoft opened up access to the Microsoft Surface software development kit and simulator to partners “Aussie companies who are champing at the bit to give Surface design and development a try can now at least get access to the SDK and simulator, and get started working on Surface applications. Microsoft partners can now sign up to the Surface Partner Program. The entry level (“Microsoft Surface Community Members”) provides access to the SDK and simulator, as well as training and other resources. No commitment.”

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