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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.
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.