Expression Blend and Web Now in MSDN Subscription


I've blogged about how short-sighted it seemed that the Expression tools were not going to be available to MSDN Subscribers.  I am glad to report that they have come to their senses! I think it is a great comprimise to include Blend and Web in MSDN.  Expression Design and Video will still require additional licensing outside of MSDN, but they are less developer tools anyway.

I want to thank everyone inside of Microsoft who I know lobbied hard for this. It was a big political fight and it required opinions across the company to sway the decision. I for one will appreciate the benefits of this fight.

Shawn Wildermuth
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