Topic: net core

EMC and VMware’s new cloud services business, .NET Core and ASP.NET’s new bug bounty program, and Apple removes violating apps—SD Times news digest: Oct. 21, 2015

EMC and VMware have announced they are combining their cloud capabilities to form a new cloud services business. The business will be designed to provide on and off-premise cloud offerings under the Virtustream brand. Virtustream will be jointly owned by EMC and VMware. “Through Virtustream, we are addressing the changes in buying patterns and IT … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Proposal of the Week: A .NET Core image-processing library

We usually spend Friday mornings telling you about a new or unique open-source project gaining steam on GitHub, but this week we came across a fascinating proposal from Microsoft for a cross-platform server-side image manipulation library in .NET Core—and it’s all being prototyped by interns. The proposal, posted by Microsoft intern Kendra Havens (along with … continue reading

Microsoft’s open-source .NET Core plans, IBM’s Watson Analytics beta, and more bad news about the Sony hack—SD Times news digest: Dec. 5, 2014

Microsoft has laid out plans for the open-source release of .NET Core, and how it fits into .NET 2015 and the company’s overall strategy. .NET Framework program manager Immo Landwerth explained the strategy in a blog post, giving an overview of .NET Core, how it will be released open-source and what role .NET Core will … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Microsoft is getting stuff done

I like this new Microsoft. Satya Nadella’s Microsoft. Yes, the CEO needs to improve his public speaking skills, at least when talking to women’s conferences. Yet when you look at the company’s recent activities, what appears are lots of significant moves toward openness, a very positive focus on personal productivity, and even inventiveness. That’s not … continue reading

Reaction to open-source .NET is swift, positive

Reaction to Microsoft’s announcement yesterday that it was giving up its .NET Core to open source has been swift, and largely positive. Almost as telling as the reaction to the technical portions of the announcement was the reaction to Microsoft’s decision to open-source the .NET stack and enable it to run on Linux or Mac … continue reading

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