Special 'Try and Buy' Offer for JavaOne Developers

Developers need a predictable programming environment to prevent bottlenecks, contain costs, shorten the development cycle and deliver the promised ROI on their projects. Sun Developer offerings can help them to create the development environment they need to meet their commitments to their clients. During next week's JavaOne Conference in San Francisco, Sun will unveil a special 'Try and Buy" offer for the developer community. 

To help developers experience the value of these offerings, Sun will offer a free 60-day trial of a complete Sun system for Java and Solaris application development, as well as unlimited online support to answer programming questions through the Sun Developer Expert Assistance program and online developer training courses. (For further information, please direct questions to: trybuy_developer@sun.com)

This offer will include (full details available starting May 8th at www.sun.com/tryandbuy/developer)

  • Free trial hardware:

    • Sun Ultra 20 M2 or Sun Ultra 40 M2 (x64)

    • Sun Ultra 25 or Sun Ultra 45 (Sparc)

    • Sun Fire T1000 or Sun Fire T2000 (T1)

  • Free trial software:

    • Workstations: Sun Java Studio 11, Sun Studio Creator, Sun Java Enterprise and Net Beans IDE

    • CoolThreads Servers: CoolTools for CoolThreads

  • 60 days of free Sun Developer Training and Support Services:

    • Free programming and code support with Sun Developer Expert Assistance

    • Free developer training and eLibrary Services

After the trial period is up, developers are eligible for a special discount of 25% off the list price of a Sun Developer Service Plan package that includes the services listed above as well as the following additional services:

  • Product phone and escalation support

  • Flexible training credits to apply as needed for individual or team training

Comments:

What about a special on Sun SPOTs? - eduard/o

Posted by eduardo pelegri-llopart on May 02, 2007 at 04:56 AM PDT #

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