HP announces new developer programme

HP is using Microsoft’s three-day developers conference in Cairo to launch its latest developer and solution partner programme.

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By  Andrew Picken Published  January 25, 2004

HP is using Microsoft’s three-day developers conference in Cairo to launch its latest developer and solution partner programme. For the duration of the conference, the developer community will have the chance to become members of the HP Developer & Solution Partner Programme (DSPP). This worldwide initiative has been designed to help independent software vendors (ISVs), developers, and system integrators (SIs) create solutions across HP's platforms and operating systems. The Microsoft Developers Conference is being held at the Air Force House, Heliopolis, with an audience of some 2,500 enterprise developers, software architects, software engineers and web developers. “We have been building on our long-term partnership with Microsoft for many years,” said Joseph Hanania, regional general manager, HP Middle East. “In combining HP’s strengths in platforms, storage, access devices and services, and Microsoft’s operating systems, we are providing the developer community with the very best access and support needed to successfully build and deliver more productive solutions.” “For HP, working with Microsoft at this event shows our commitment to partnering with both the public and private sector to grow industry wherever we operate and we will continue to grow these partnerships within this region over the coming months.”

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