Microsoft doesn't let a week (sometimes not much more than a day) go by without pushing some new code morsels down the feeding pipe. This week is no different as the firm comes forward with Visual Studio Code 1.0, its lightweight code editor for Mac OS X, Linux and (of course)...
This week sees the Microsoft Build 2016 developer convention and symposium staged in San Francisco.
Pretty soon there will come a time when a news/blog headline reading 'Microsoft open sources xyz' ceases to be remarkable. Of course, to even say that during the Ballmer 'bouncing bomb' era would have been difficult... despite the...
Microsoft has announced SQL Server 2016 with general availability later this year.
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Microsoft hosts its 'Build' event for developers, but it also stages 'Connect()' developer event. This year's event news centred around updated developer tools and programmes relating to Visual Studio, Azure, Office and Windows. 0 Comments RSS Feed Email a friend
Microsoft Research was founded in 1991 and is the company's division dedicated to conducting both basic and applied research in computer science and software engineering.
Microsoft has released the open source code for CoreCLR to GitHub. CLR denotes: Core Common Language Runtime (CLR)