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Microsoft is killing TechRewards next year

In an email to its customers, Microsoft today announced that the company is killing its TechRewards program next year. Microsoft TechRewards was previously known as DVLUP, which essentially offered some deals and offers for software developers and IT professionals. In the email, Microsoft stated that the company believes that some of the other Microsoft programs […]
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