Topic: microsoft

Partners put on a show at TechEd

Several third parties showed off standalone tools, plug-ins and add-ons … continue reading

Microsoft sets rules for Windows Phone app distribution

There will be no limit to how many paid applications that can be submitted to the app store, plus support for price models … continue reading

At TechEd, Microsoft turns focus to Azure

Azure now supports .NET 4.0, along with new development tools for Visual Studio 2010 … continue reading

Short Takes: June 1, 2010

The editors talk about unsafe ATMs, Facebook privacy, Hadoop, and a really cool thing IBM is doing … continue reading

Microsoft shuffles the executive deck

Robbie Bach, the current head of the company’s Entertainment and Devices division, will retire this fall … continue reading

Composite app development gets boost from Microsoft

AppFabric and BizTalk servers now have caching and enhanced communication capabilities … continue reading

Microsoft loses patent challenge

Victory gives i4i right to hold onto its code for handling custom XML while compromising Microsoft’s anti-patent strategy … continue reading

Microsoft aims for top of business intelligence market with SQL Server release

SQL Server now has PowerPivot, a self-service analytics components that works with both transactional and stored data … continue reading

Windows &. NET Watch: Microsoft calling

Windows Phone 7 shows a lot of potential, but can it attract enough attention to overpower its competition? … continue reading

Microsoft launches Visual Studio 2010, .NET 4.0

Today’s release adds architecture and testing tools, as well as upgrades to Team Foundation Server … continue reading

‘Midori’ concepts materialize in .NET

F# and Silverlight are leading Microsoft towards a future of concurrency … continue reading

Going ‘all in’ on .NET as default runtime

Programmers for Windows Phone 7 will need to use Silverlight and XNA for development … continue reading

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