MSDN Ultimate Subscription Giveaway

IMG_0833 As a Microsoft MVP for this year, I got 3 MSDN Ultimate Subscriptions to share with friends and co-workers. I already gave 2 of them to co-workers and I’d like to offer the last one to one of my reader !

The “official” pricing for the MSDN Ultimate Subscription is $11,899. The subscription is valid one year and is not restricted to US only. The MSDN Ultimate has the following items (among many others – you can see the detailed list here):

  • Windows Azure Platform
  • Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate
  • Visual Studio TFS 2010
  • Expression Studio Ultimate
  • Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008
  • Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010, Project Professional 2010, Visio Premium 2010

In order to take your chance to get this subscription:

  • let a comment on this blog post
  • explain what you would like to do with the subscription
  • share you blog address, community website or whatever to show how you’re involved in the .Net community

Contest is now over. The winner of the MSDN Ultimate License is Mike Strobel. Thank you all for letting a comment, I which I had more subscriptions to giveaway…

6 thoughts on “MSDN Ultimate Subscription Giveaway

  1. Hi,

    I would like to get my hands on an MSDN Ultimate subscription for the following reasons:
    – In the past I have put some work in a tool called SequenceViz (http://sequenceviz.codeplex.com/). Now I am working on something similar which should eventually produce Sequence Diagrams, Class Diagrams, Component Views and Namespace overviews. And maybe even more.
    – At the moment I am only busy working on a stand-alone tool, but it has crossed my mind to build a VS extension as well.
    – To get a good product I would like to get a good overview of what is in VS 2010 Ultimate with all the diagrams. Also the Visualization and Modeling Feature Pack is on my list of things to review. And that is only available in VS 2010 Ultimate.
    – I can not afford a subscription of my own, neither will my employer supply it. So I need other means to get it, and refreshing a trial version every once in a while is counter productive IMHO.

    I have a blog over at http://blogger.xs4all.nl/mzetstra on which I lastly blogged about the Code Contract stuff Microsoft is working on. Also I have been busy in the MSDN forums lately (profile is here: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/profile/meile%20zetstra/?type=forum). Just trying to repay the community with a bit of help.

    Regards,
    Meile Zetstra

    P.S. Good luck on picking a winner.

  2. Hey Jeremy,

    Congratulations on making MVP this year! You definitely deserve it :).

    I’d love to get my hands on an MSDN Ultimate subscription. I have a basic developer subscription to MSDN through work, but it doesn’t grant me access to any of the Expression tools or to VS2010 Ultimate (I only get VS Pro). It doesn’t get me any of the Office products, either.

    I’ve been an avid WPF developer since the September 2005 “Avalon” CTP, so the lack of access to Expression (particularly Design and Blend) is frustrating. I would also like to be able to use Code Contracts with static analysis and Microsoft’s .NET profiler, both of which require VS2010 Ultimate.

    Aside from occasionally blogging on WPF (http://codedreams.blogspot.com/), I also lead an open source game project based on WPF and other .NET technologies (http://supremacy.codeplex.com/).

    I enjoy reading your blog, and I think it’s great that you’re giving away a subscription to one of your readers. I’m sure any of us would be glad to have it.

    Cheers,
    Mike

  3. Hi, thank you for the opportunity to have an MSDN ultimate ,i would like to have it for several raisons:
    * I’m a Microsoft Student Partner and a .Net club president soo that will help me share more knowledge with other students and give them the opportunity to use Microsoft Technologies.
    * i will for sure use it with my team with our Imagine Cup project.
    * I’m MCTS:WPF and in love with silverlight sooo that will help me enlarge my knowledge and have fun .

    I do blog on WPF and Silverlight(http://rabeb.wordpress.com/), and i competed in Imagine Cup 2010 Poland.As a student i cant efford an MSDN ultimate , it will be nice to have one and share it with my friends.
    whatever i win or not i’ll keep working and sharing knowledge with the MS community .

    Congratulations for the winner 🙂

    Regards Rabeb

  4. Hello, Que dois-je faire mise à part de ramper par terre à quatre patte et vous demander que je puisse avoir une lueur d’espoir de pouvoir bénéficier de cette chance immense et inouïe pour que je puisse enfin pratiquer de manière plus aisée et libre ce dont j’ai toujours rêvé : developper et apprendre avec les outils de pointe; les outils Microsoft. Pour cela, je dispose déjà de deux armes redoutables LA VOLONTE et LA MOTIVATION. Je suis actuellement developpeur d’applications web sur technologies Microsoft (Asp.NET, WCF, WPF, Silverlight, SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio 2008). Merci.

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