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It was released a long time ago, but I recently found out that most of the students I know were not aware of it.
Hi Guys, I think that the reason that this was not publicized more was that you need a ISIC to access the downloads? You are suppose to be able to use a valid Irish student email as a verification method. Is it working now? If not I am sure that it will be soon. Also is there anyone that actually has those ISIC cards? I think that since the travel card for Irish rail and buses was introduced the international student card does not seem to be that popular.
I don’t know how many people this will apply to, but there is a related scheme called BizSpark (http://www.microsoft.com/BizSpark/) for companies that are less than 3 years old (and have a turnover <$1m/year).
We signed up this week, and got Windows, Office, VS Team System, MSDN subscription (along with lots of software that we didn’t really need – Exchange, SQL server, CRM software, etc – basically, every product they do) for 3 years for $100 (which we pay in 3 years), and it covers everyone in the company.
You need a network partner to give you a code to sign up, so anyone that’s interested should drop me a PM.
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