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Yes they are both different and both offer subscriptions.

This one is mainly geared towards the needs of Professional Developers, Designers and Web Developers

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A TechNet Plus subscription includes premium resources to help you evaluate Microsoft technologies, plan deployments and support your current IT environment.

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Thanks for your typically informative response, AdvancedSetup. I'm inclined towards a personal TechNet subscription myself; not by any mean work-related for me but as a personal educational resource in addition to whatever else I can lay my hands on; the links that you, Exile and others have provided are proving to be good and instuctive stuff.

That sort of material is always welcome!

Thanks for supplying it. :)

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