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Microsoft DreamSpark

posted Mar 10, 2010, 7:04 PM by Zoohla Frico   [ updated Dec 8, 2012, 4:59 PM by Zoohla Go ]
There is something to say about Microsoft, people may think that it's trying to take over the world, but at least Microsoft is doing it with style.  Microsoft has launched it's DreamSpark program to help educational institutions and students with the tremendous cost of upgrading to newer programs.  The Zoohla classes have been a part of MSDNAA, now DreamSpark,  for many years and it has helped us tremendously with the cost of purchasing the upgrades to our software.   The lab gets the latest software used to teach students and students get their own copy.  No more headache for the instructor, parents and students; the work can now be done either at school or at home.  This is a plus for Microsoft.  Way to Go!

Microsoft is setting an excellent example for the giants of the world.  Now it is time for Adobe, Dell, Google, HP, AutoDesk and others to follow.  Are they up to the challenge?  Only time will tell.

Prof. Zoohla and his classes will like to take the time to thank the folks at Microsoft for their work and support to education.