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New Microsoft 365 E5 subscription with EMS now available for developers

Starting this week, all new members of the Office 365 Developer Program (including Visual Studio Professional and Enterprise members) can sign up for a Microsoft 365 E5 developer subscription (Windows not included). This replaces the Office 365 E3 developer subscription that we made available starting in March 2018.

Microsoft Graph Sample Data Packs Now Available in Office 365 Developer Program

Today we’re excited to announce the launch of two sample data packs to help remove this pain point with basic automated sandbox creation: Users - Includes fictitious users, metadata, and photos to simulate a small corporate environment of 16 users. Mail & Events (to be installed after Users) - Populates Outlook email conversations and calendar events for each of the 16 sample users.

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.

Microsoft Graph @ Ignite 2018

For the last several months, Microsoft Graph engineering teams in Redmond and around the world have worked to prepare for Ignite 2018. That moment has finally arrived. We have 58 sessions across Ignite 2018 that highlight the ways in which the Microsoft Graph is changing our products and ecosystem. We’re pleased to provide an overview of the all work we’ve done to create a richer, deeper, more powerful tool for our developer communities and the customers they serve.