Microsoft Targets Nonprofessional Programmers

Microsoft, hoping to help the many unpaid creative minds around the world, will InformationWeek > release light versions of several flagship products. It hopes that people will use to develop simple add-ons or websites and get started that way, later buying the full products.
"The stripped-down editions of Microsoft's flagship development environment and database are aimed at students, hobbyists, and others who might want to write small, simple Web-site applications. Microsoft says it will create these 'Express' editions of SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio 2005, Visual Web Developer 2005"


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