VSLive! San Francisco showcased applications developed with Redmond's four rich client technologies: Windows Presentation Foundation, Silverlight, Windows 7 Touch and Surface.
When Microsoft releases the 4.0 version of Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), it will be providing the first truly usable version of the technology since it debuted more than two years ago
Microsoft officials this week tried to convince developers to build applications for its Surface -- the company's multi-user, multi-touch technology that turns a specially designed table top into an interactive multi-touch interface.
Google revealed a new fee structure for its cloud-based hosting service for developers of Python-based applications.
In the keynote on Tuesday, Microsoft's Jason Zander showcased advances in the new VS 2010 user interface for the first time to VSLive! attendees.
MDC session laid out the key advances from an ALM perspective
Software developers can access dev tools anywhere using the cloud-based service.
Borland Software today released a new module to its ALM portfolio focused on improving the quality of apps delivered by development teams.
Adobe this week advanced its effort to provide a common runtime across desktop, Web and mobile environments.
An industry coalition urged President Obama to make open source software a government consideration.
DynaTrace Software this week upgraded its platform to allow developers to monitor, test and troubleshoot globally distributed SOA-based applications.
A report predicts that despite layoffs, IT salaries may weather 2009's general economic downturn.
The UNIX-like server solution adds some extra security features beyond what you'd find with typical Linux OSes.
Xenocode today released the latest version of its Virtual Application Studio, a developer-focused authoring environment for virtualizing existing Windows-based applications.
Defense Department officials have launched a new Web site where developers can work on open source software projects specifically for DOD.
Microsoft's newest OS has added to the U.S. Department of Justice's compliance testing burden.
Sun's recent Java Mobile, Media and Embedded Developer Days conference offered a 10,000-foot view of the company's vision.
Skyway's Skyway Builder 6.1 is all about delivering Java EE apps for Spring, but the company started out going in a different direction.
Sonatype's Nexus professional offers a "superset" of features for commercial users.