Looking at the official feeds from Microsoft Corp. during its Build 2015 conference and exhibition, headline items include news of a set of software development kits (SDKs) designed to help developers bring the code that they write for web, .NET, Win32, Android and iOS...
Microsoft continues its journey towards becoming 'arguably more interesting than it used to be' this week at its Build 2015 developer-centric conference and exhibition in San Francisco.
Internet of Things and cloud mobile software application development software firm Kii (pron: key) has partnered with Finland-based Haltian (pron: Hal-tee-ah), a firm known for its development and 'productization' of wireless devices.
The beauty of open source programming is that there are a lot of code libraries available to software application developers, obviously. Some would call it a 'goldmine' of open source code.
DataStax is a firm that dedicates itself to providing a commercially-supported version of the open source Apache Cassandra database.
RethinkDB is an open-source scalable database for what its makers call "the real time web", but what does real time data supply mean in terms of the way web-centric applications function today?
This is a guest post for the Computer Weekly Open Source Insider blog by