Developers see friendly things in Azure’s cloud

Things have changed since it was first released as a PaaS. Now Microsoft is (mostly) on par with Amazon’s EC2 … continue reading

Microsoft’s packing list for Big Data

Tools in Azure are being brought to bear to handle this pressing issue … continue reading

How to handle your .NET Web app

From AJAX to jQuery to JavaScript, there are several tools that can help … continue reading

Visual Studio 2012: A safe migration

Compatibility with .NET has been preserved, allowing developers to test the VS waters … continue reading

Putting a shine on ASP.NET

SignalR, MVC 4 and Web Pages 2 give developers greater choice and freedom for Web app development … continue reading

Microsoft Office 365 development: A collaborative story

Changes to Office 365 promise more freedom from provisioning and management chores … continue reading

Robust offerings round out Visual Studio 2012

These six companies have tools for every aspect of Visual Studio 2012 development … continue reading

Visual Studio 2012: Not your mother’s IDE

Backward compatibility and Windows 8 integration are the highlights of this edition … continue reading

Silverlight: Does the new path lead to the end of the road?

Rumors abound about the demise of Microsoft’s media technology, but what do the portents about it really mean? … continue reading

Windows 8 and HTML5: A story just unfolding

Microsoft’s embrace of HTML5, and HTML5’s own evolution, are yielding tangible results … continue reading

Digging into Windows Azure

Microsoft’s offering is fleshed out to represent the next evolution of Platform-as-a-Service … continue reading

Who’s getting aboard the Metro?

Microsoft wants to avoid mistakes made in the past and by its competitors, but will developers trust that it has done so? … continue reading

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