Microsoft design software free to college students

I can’t pretend that I knew anything about this, but it’s good news:  the InCommon Federation, which the Chronicle of Higher Education describes as a “one-stop shop” for electronic resources, will now include the Microsoft Dreamspark suite…for free.  (For students only.)

This means Visual Studio Pro, SQL Server Developer Edition, and a bunch of other software applications for designers and web developers will be freely available for students whose schools participate in the InCommon Federation.

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