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CA Technologies’ announced acquisition of application-security vendor Veracode will help beef up the company’s DevOps security portfolio, but will also require it to support some product integration with competitors
Microsoft teases some of the upcoming features coming to Visual Studio Team Services, the company's cloud-based source code management offering.
CA Technologies will expand its security portfolio with Veracode, providing application and code security scanning capabilities that will enable a full lifecycle of security for the DevOps workflow.
IBM and Salesforce are teaming up their respective artificial intelligence geniuses—Watson and Einstein—to solve analytics-related problems for salespeople all over the globe by helping them close deals.
The company partners with Acer to start deliveries of the kit, complete with a head-mounted display, later this month.
The SharePoint Framework is now generally available, allowing developers to better tailor the SharePoint Online experience to their organization's and users' needs.
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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.