GigaSpaces Technologies has added its support to the Windows Azure Plugin for Eclipse with Java project with the contribution of a "publish to the cloud" wizard.
.NET solution vendor and Microsoft partner GrapeCity announced that it has acquired .NET component and tool vendor ComponentOne.
Microsoft's .NET Framework 4.5 Release Candidates are now available for download for those with a "Go Live" license.
The code repository and collaboration Web site GitHub is releasing a desktop app that works on Windows versions as far back as Windows XP and as current as pre-release versions of Windows 8.
It's not SQL versus NoSQL anymore, according to Starcounter, which earlier this week announced what it calls the "world's fastest consistent database."
Amazon Web Services launched Amazon Relational Database Services on Monday for Microsoft SQL Server and ASP.NET support for AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
On Wednesday Microsoft announced that it has signed a deal with Twilio that will give developers the ability to have voice and SMS-enabled applications run on the Windows Azure cloud service.
According to Scott Hanselman, Microsoft's decision this week to welcome contributions from the open source community to its ASP.NET Web development framework wasn't really about open source.
Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled a new cloud-based build service for its upcoming hosted Team Foundation Service.
Java/.NET Application Performance Management (APM) company AppDynamics has just added end-user monitoring (EUM) to the commercial edition of its namesake APM solution.
The first of these some-assembly-required-kits is JNBridge's SSH Adapter for BizTalk Server.
The developer-focused Visual Studio 11 and the .NET Framework 4.5 were released for download earlier today.
Microsoft is releasing the .NET Framework 4.5 and Visual Studio 11 beta on Feb. 29.
Sonatype today released a new version of its Maven-based component repository that supports software developers using the .NET Framework.
Silverlight 5, Microsoft's .NET development tool, was released as a final product on Friday by Microsoft.
Microsoft popularized the "dogfooding" phraseology, and the practice of a company using its own products was again in evidence at this year's Microsoft Build conference, with a strong emphasis being placed the agile methodology.
Microsoft's Scott Guthrie and Jason Zander dove into the Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview (and more) in the Wednesday Build keynote.
Microsoft kicked off the preliminaries of its Build conference on Monday by previewing the "Windows 8" operating system.
Google announced on Thursday that it has released a new beta of its Native Client plug-in, which is integrated into its Chrome browser.
David Ramel follows up his "Highest Paid Programmers" article with a look inside the world of high-frequency trading (HTF), where coders earn top dollars and even nanoseconds count.