Microsoft has revealed it plans to shut down its TechRewards program on January 6, 2017. The program, designed to offer rewards to software developers, began at Nokia under the name DVLUP.
Nokia today announced a new rewards program for Windows Phone developers in more than 20 countries. Called DVLUP, the initiative’s goal is to boost app discoverability by empowering developers to... Keep reading ?
Nokia has launched a new DVLUP program that gives points and rewards to Windows Phone developers, WPCentral reports. “This is a game where developers level up,” Nokia says in a... Keep reading ?
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...
At Nokia World in Abu Dhabi today, Nokia announced that its global DVLUP rewards program will be taking Asha developers in addition to Windows Phone developers. To further bolster development... Keep reading ?