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Microsoft launches portal for Indian developers

Posted: 09 Sep 2013     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Microsoft  portal  developers  networking 

Microsoft has announced the launch of a collaborative portal for Indian developers. The portal will serve as an intuitive single point of entry to help developers interact with Microsoft.

It will enable networking amongst the developer community, offer expert guidance to developers and remotely solve their queries, empowering them to be more efficient as they go from idea to app, Microsoft India stated in its release.

"With the second largest developer population based in India with 16 lakh developers; this is a very powerful tool for the entire developer community. It also allows developers in India to connect with their peers across the world. Experts from Microsoft are just a click away once the developers are on the portal."

The portal allows developers to post their app ideas in a specially crafted area called 'Perspective'. Similarly, community blogs and social feeds in the 'Connect' area allow developers to share their stories, get advice and connect with Microsoft experts.

"The new developer network portal provides a single point of entry for all developers. It also resolves the issue of finding the right information which is often spread between different locations and is difficult to access. It enables developers to be more efficient, learn faster & connect with the vibrant Microsoft developer community across the world," said Pratima Amonkar, ‎Director—Strategic Audience Marketing, Microsoft Corporation (India) Pvt. Ltd.

Microsoft is the only company that allows developers to leverage their existing skill set and easily reuse code to build apps and experiences, the company said.

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