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At the Visual Studio 2012 and .NET launch event in September S. Somasegar (Soma), Corporate Vice President of the Developer Division at Microsoft, talked about Microsoft’s strong commitment to delivering continuous value through their new approach for providing updates to Visual Studio on a regular cadence of shorter intervals. On November 26th Soma announced the first of these updates to the already powerful Visual Studio 2012.
Congratulations to Aaron Graham! He is the winner of our Golf Outing Giveaway! He will be flying out to California to play golf with PGA player, Troy Kelly. SoftwareMedia has been a proud sponsor of Troy Kelly since early 2012 and is excited to be part of the PGA Tour. Troy was the youngest player to ever compete in the Washington State Junior Golf Association when he was just 6 years old! He is currently ranked 250th in the entire world which is obviously quite an accomplishment, as just one among millions of avid golfers. We’re all a bit jealous of Aaron here in the office!
Find out what’s new in AutoCAD LT 2011 with Useful Screen Shots and Commentary
A special thanks to our AutoCAD expert affiliate Jeffrey for writing this guest article for us. Jeffrey walks us through improvements and enhancements in AutoCAD LT 2011, including hatch transparency, drawing, editing, the ribbon menu, previewing, viewport configuration, dimensioning small objects, dimension labels, the poly-line function, arc conversion tool, supported files, spell checker and much more!
This buying guide lets you easily compare Microsoft Office 2010 editions to help you decide which suite is best for you. MS Office 2010 has been grouped into four main editions: Home and Student; Home and Business (replaced Office 2007 Standard); Professional, and Professional Plus (available through open licensing). Microsoft Office Ultimate and Enterprise suites are no longer available in the 2010 editions.
Symantec Express Program (SEP) offers licensing options for most Symantec software products for small to mid-sized companies. Symantec Express features a low minimum requirement, and is based on Band Levels where the more you buy, the more you save.
Graphic design has come a long way from pencil and paper. With the help of a good computer and a nice graphic design program, artists of all skill levels are able to create high-quality projects. This graphic design software comparison guide for beginners showcases some of the best software available on the market with the hobbyist or amateur designer in mind. Compare graphic design software to find out which one suits you best.
CVLP is a transaction-based, volume-licensing program for the Crystal Reports software and Xcelsius software family of desktop products. CVLP removes the complexities of traditional licensing programs, while maintaining generous volume discounts. Discounts are given based on the number of units purchased per transaction, and different products can be combined.