While you don’t get a ‘Free Lunch’, you can do some good work with some great stuff.

Published On: 2010-07-14By:

For those that were wondering what I did with my third MSDN license, I’ve donated it to a project that Arnie Rowland is putting together.  The full details of the project are on Arnie’s blog.

The jist of the project is

To recap, we are inviting unemployed or underemployed developers to propose a software project for a non-profit agency, school, or church. The idea is that we will provide a package of the latest software, tools, and training resources to help you improve your skills, get up to date with current technologies, gain practical experience, potentially earn a recommendation for your efforts, and in general, enjoy the feeling of accomplishing something useful for others. We are not giving out a ‘free lunch’, just supporting your efforts to personally gain from your own ‘sweat equity’.

The selected project will receive:

Please submit your project information via Google Docs.

The selection for July will occur on July 30, 2010 so make sure that you’ve got your project submitted before then.

Denny


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