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Visual Studio To Include jQuery Library

In a tip of its hand toward open source software development, Microsoft announced on Sunday that it will incorporate the jQuery JavaScript library into Microsoft Visual Studio and ASP.NET.

.NET Making Gains Against Java, Survey Says

According to a new survey, .NET appears to be widening its lead over Java EE.

Visual Studio To Include jQuery Library

Microsoft plans to incorporate an open source JavaScript library in Visual Studio and ASP.NET, and contribute to the project.

It's Official: Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0

SQL Server 2005 off the roadmap for Team System 2010.

UPDATED: Browser-Makers Seek Clickjacking Fix

Researchers found a browser security issue that could let hackers gain access to user profiles.

SQL Server 2008 Hits High Mark, Minus the Competition

Microsoft's database management system did well on the TPC-E processing test, but the competition doesn't use that benchmark.

Serena Acquisition Takes Aim at Microsoft Project

The Projity acquisition will bolster Serena's PPM product line by adding two open source management solutions.

MSPAlliance, Microsoft To Work Together

The International Association of Managed Service Providers (MSPAlliance) and Microsoft today said they are joining forces to better educate and certify companies using Microsoft IT management tools.

Windows 7 Bits To Be Released at PDC'08

A pre-beta of Microsoft's newest operating system will be available in late October at the developer event.

More Windows 7 Leaks Sprout

Microsoft's strategy for keeping recent builds of its latest operating system tightly under wraps sprang a few holes last week.

Observers At ZendCon Ponder What's Next For Microsoft and PHP

Despite speculation that Microsoft might make an announcement around its Silverlight runtime environment at Zend/PHP Conference and Expo, the company's profile was lower than past events.

Card Use Can Stem ID Theft, Microsoft Says

Microsoft is promoting the use of software-based "information cards" to reduce identity theft.

Microsoft To Expand Security Lifecycle Expertise

New Security Development Lifecycle tools and services will be available in November.

Ranorex Studio Automates Testing Tasks

Testing tools vendor Ranorex's new automated application-testing solution supports C#, VB.NET, Python and C++ languages.

SQL Injection Attack Hits Magazine Site

BusinessWeek's Web site was hit at the back end through SQL injection.

Components Vendor Puts Icons on the Menu

Infragistics unveils new icon packs to improve application navigation and enhance Web sites.

Cray Unveils CX1 Supercomputer for Office Use

Intel and Microsoft technologies are integrated in the new high-performance computing machine.

Privacy Uncertain With New IE8 Feature

A "suggested sites" feature in Internet Explorer 8 sends information to Microsoft, but it's not retained, Redmond contends.

The Upside of ALM

Why software development as a repeatable business process may work for you.

Microsoft, IBM and EMC Team on ECM Interop Spec

The companies plan to foster an interoperability spec for ECM systems through OASIS.

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