Topic: microsoft

SD Times news digest: Visual Studio 2019 version 16.7 preview 2, Infragistics Ultimate 20.1 UX/UI toolkit release, and IBM’s AIF360 fairness toolkit

Visual Studio 2019 v16.7 Preview 2 now available with updates to the C++ Connection Manager, .NET Productivity, Git Productivity, and Local Process with Kubernetes. With the new C++ updates, users are now able to edit remote SSH connections, utilize enhanced IntelliSense support for Clang on Windows (clang-cl) in Visual Studio, as well as four new … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Netlify Build Plugins, Docker extends collaboration with Microsoft, and Eggplant deep learning capabilities

Netlify announced Netlify Build Plugins, a set of tools that allows developers to easily customize and automate CI/CD workflows for Jamstack websites and web applications. Previously, developers had to set up changes or integrations to the build process by configuring every command to run at build, downloading and validating every dependency, and writing the code … continue reading

Microsoft reveals Project Tye to make it easier to work with microservices

Microsoft has announced a new tool called Project Tye that is designed to make it easier to develop, test, and deploy microservices. According to Microsoft, developers often want to run more than one service or project at once when building an app. This can be hard to set up, and even once it is set … continue reading

source code for GW-BASIC on GitHub

Microsoft open sources GW-BASIC code

Microsoft has uploaded the code for GW-BASIC to GitHub for historical reference and educational purposes. GW-BASIC is a BASIC interpreter, written entirely in assembly language.  According to Rich Turner, senior program manager of Windows Console & Command-Line at Microsoft, in the year this source code was created (1983), Bjarne Stroustrup was creating the first version … continue reading

SD Times news digest: OutSystems’ new enterprise dev tools, Solo.io developer portal for Istio service mesh, and Fuze 6

OutSystems announced 70 development accelerators designed to ensure web and mobile applications created on the OutSystems low-code development platform can comply with the highest accessibility standards and regulations.  “Building apps with great accessibility is a legal responsibility, but more importantly, it is a moral responsibility for app developers to ensure that everyone can perceive, navigate, … continue reading

Microsoft Build: Project Cortex, Microsoft Project Reunion and Windows Package Manager preview

The virtual Microsoft Build conference continues to focus on bringing developers new and improved tools and services that provide impact and value. The new tools and services announced throughout the conference include the ability to deploy AI capabilities in any environment with no prior coding experience, and improved connected productivity experiences.  Highlights include: New developer … continue reading

New capabilities in Microsoft Teams improve remote workforce productivity

As we face the global pandemic that is among us, businesses and organizations have of course accelerated their remote work and collaboration efforts. One of those ways to communicate, collaborate and connect seamlessly as a team is with Microsoft Teams.  Microsoft Teams recently celebrated its third anniversary and in doing so, released some new, innovative … continue reading

Microsoft builds a new online developer conference experience

Federal guidelines on social distancing have prevented conferences from taking place for the past few months. But just because physical events can’t be held isn’t stopping many companies from still hosting their planned events virtually.  While many events have simply been livestreams of what the event would have been if it had gone on in … continue reading

Microsoft provides insight into its programming language Bosque

Microsoft Research is working on a new programming language designed around cloud-first development and artificial intelligence. As part of its work, the company announced new capabilities for the Bosque programming language created to support automated reasoning tools. According to Microsoft, Bosque derives from a combination of TypeScript inspired syntax and types plus ML and Node/JavaScript … continue reading

TypeScript 3.9 now available

Microsoft is releasing the latest version of TypeScript. TypeScript 3.9 introduces speed improvements to the compiler and editing experience and reduces bugs and crashes. The team accepted a number of pull requests that optimize speed, each of which should reduce compile times by 5-10%. “Our team has been focusing on performance after observing extremely poor … continue reading

Microsoft’s Visual Studio Online now Visual Studio Codespaces

Microsoft has revealed it is renaming Visual Studio Online to Visual Studio Codespaces. The company found developers were using Visual Studio Online as much more than “just an editor in the browser,” so it decided to rename the product to better align with its value. “Do you want a great experience working on your long-term … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft .NET 5.0 Preview 3, Codota raises $12 million, and Log4j 2.13.2

Microsoft’s .NET 5.0 Preview 3 contains new features and performance improvements. This includes code quality improvements in RyuJIT, System.Text.Json improvements such as added support for preserve references on JSON dotnet/runtime #655, and .NET SDK Support for .NET Framework Assemblies. Microsoft said it is still working on the bigger features that will define the 5.0 release. … continue reading

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