In a welcome about face, Microsoft has decided to make Expression Blend and Expression Web available in MSDN subscriptions. Soma Somasegar makes the announcement....Initially Microsoft was intending to separate out the new Expression design tools from the developer resources.
Source: Expression Web and Blend to join MSDN
Originally published on Tue, 03 Apr 2007 18:26:27 GMT by Loren
And there was much rejoicing.**
Along with the announcement that \<a href="http://www.knowing.net/PermaLink%2cguid%2ce3a8925c-97ac-469b-ad87-f22658f04735.aspx"" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">testing tools are going to migrate into the "mainstream" VS Pro offering, this is another welcome sign that Microsoft is moving back towards valuing MSDN subscribers as the crucial resource they are (i.e.: by developing applications that exploit and rely on Microsoft technologies, in the long run MSDN developers generate more income for Microsoft makes by limiting their access to Microsoft's high-end tools and servers).