Syncfusion Participates in Microsoft DVLUP Program

Syncfusion today announced its participation in the Microsoft DVLUP program. DVLUP offers unique, interactive challenges for software developers as an opportunity to improve their skills. Participating developers are awarded points which can be redeemed for rewards. “Syncfusion aims to support Windows Phone development through their participation in the MSFT DVLUP Program,” said Marissa Keller Outten, Syncfusion director of business development. “By providing an interactive quiz, challenge, and listing in the rewards catalog, Syncfusion hopes to engage with the community of Windows Phone developers.” Continue reading this press release here.

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