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New renewable Office 365 developer subscriptions launch on April 3rd

Office 365 developer program announces a new renewable developer subscription. On April 3rd, we moved to a new model that enables a perpetual renewal of your developer subscription. Now, you can get a free Office 365 developer subscription with 25 user licenses to use to build your solutions and it will remain active for as long as you’re actively developing and deploying solutions. No more rip and replace after one year.

Ignite 2018: Marking a year of platform and partner growth

It’s time for Ignite 2018. Over 20,000 Microsoft employees, customers, and partners are converging in Orlando to learn, share, discuss, and experience what’s new and what’s next in our business. Many of us who’ve worked hard to create the tools and technology that power the Office 365 Ecosystem have arrived at the Orange County Convention Center, excited to show off what we’ve built and show you how customers and partners can build solutions that unlock creativity, generate new insights, and improve teamwork.

2018 Office App Awards-Nominations now open

Across the Office platform, we’ve seen an amazing set of new applications developed, spanning from Office-integrated mobile applications, to new SharePoint web parts, to bots and integrations. We’d love to feature some of the best applications and integrations you’ve seen, but we need your help.

Formula Editor – Hack Productivity

We are excited to continue the developer momentum from Build with our ongoing Hack the workday with Office 365 hackathon. Join us to see how Office 365 can help you reach over 130M users a month with the power of Microsoft Graph.

Excel JavaScript API 1.7 goes GA

We're pleased to announce that the Excel JavaScript 1.7 API is now generally available! We received lots of great feedback on the design of the APIs during the beta period and we appreciate your active participation.

Harness the growing network of apps and insights in Microsoft Graph

Microsoft Graph is the unified API endpoint that offers developers a gateway to the rich data and powerful insights behind a large and growing set of Microsoft products. Based on consistent REST-based standards, tools, and features, the set of scenarios you can power with the Microsoft Graph grows exponentially as new products, datasets and capabilities are added to the endpoint.