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Weeks ahead of the official 2017 release, Microsoft announces it has practically buttoned up its source code management system, Team Foundation Server 2017.
In a flurry of updates for developers, Microsoft announces plans to release Visual Studio 2017 during a two-day launch event starting March 7.
Microsoft adds the new Custom Speech Service to its collection of Artificial Intelligence and machine-learning tools to help developers build cognitive speech recognition applications.
Microsoft program manager Mads Torgersen is sharing details on the company's approach to .NET languages and tooling after open-sourcing the technology.
Microsoft fixes bugs and delivers better .NET Core and ASP.NET Core experiences ahead of the Visual Studio 2017 Integrated Development Environment official release later this year.
In the always-changing IT job market, simply putting in the hours and being good at what you do may not be enough. You need an edge, and you need to be versatile. The surest advantage in 2017 is to possess the skills that are most in demand and help your employer keep up with the technological...
Apiary spans the API creation lifecycle, including design, governance, testing and documentation, while supporting API Blueprint and OpenAPI industry standards.
Seeking to enable "3D for everyone," Microsoft acquired Swedish software maker Simplygon 3D, which specializes in 3D data-optimization for virtual reality application development.
New industry research by Appvance and Vanson Bourne finds 54 percent of users see software testing as a nagging bottleneck.
Pyze enables mobile app publishers of all sizes to maximize app growth, personalize engagement—and make some money at the same time.
Realm Scanner is a new open source mobile demo application built together with the IBM Cloud and Mobile team that uses Watson image recognition.