Japan-based GrapeCity purchases FarPoint Technologies, maker of the Spread family of spreadsheet components.
Novell released MonoTouch 1.0, a tool designed to let programmers who use Microsoft's .NET Framework develop applications for the popular iPhone and iPod devices.
In a bid to attract more developers to its Berkeley DB open-source embeddable database, Oracle released two upgraded versions with new APIs for simplifying application development and for the first time, support for Microsoft's C# and .NET Framework.
Big Iron shops have two options to run their Windows applications on System z: emulation via z/Vos or full-blown porting via Mono.
On Friday, Microsoft made the new R2 version of its Windows Server 2008 server operating system available to MSDN and TechNet subscribers.
Microsoft's Brad Anderson on Tuesday talked about the company's management product strategies, while downplaying those of VMware, at investment banker-sponsored event.
Windows Vista users trying to upgrade to Windows 7 can face some unintended consequences if they also use .NET Framework 4 beta 1 and Visual Studio 2010 beta 1.
The leading supplier of virtualization technology looks to extend its platform-as-a-service (PaaS) effort by adding the chief sponsor of the open source Spring Framework.
Expect nine patches in Microsoft's August security update, five "critical" and four "important," according to an advanced notification from Redmond.
The move to the Internet cloud will pick up steam in the next year for developers, according to a new survey from Santa Cruz, Calif.-based Evans Data Corp.
When Adobe announced that it would periodically have Patch Tuesday releases of its own to coincide with Microsoft's, it became clear that Windows plays a vital role in the third-party software firm's security repertoire.
The maker of the popular Blackberry smart phone this week unveiled new tooling for developers building Web and rich Internet applications for its devices.
Redmond on Tuesday released a security advisory concerning its Active Template Library technology, accompanied by two out-of-band application patches.
Telerik’s Premium Collection for .NET, released last week, updates all seven of its product lines including the data access tool and Web UI testing framework that mark the company’s new strategy to diversify beyond UI components for the Microsoft platform.
Microsoft announced product names for its latest claims-based identity management server platform, dropping the "Geneva" code name.
Expression Blend 3 suite promises to allow closer collaboration among developers and designers.
Microsoft's VP of the .NET Developer Platform group opens up on a wide range of topics, from debugging Silverlight apps to Silverlight's security model.
Microsoft took the wraps off version 3 of its Silverlight framework for developing rich interactive applications (RIAs)and its Expression Studio Web and graphics design suite.
To address licensing questions surrounding the Mono Project, Microsoft has agreed to apply its Community Promise to both C# and the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI).
The inventor of the first PC spreadsheet talks about his new book and challenges facing developers.