A pre-beta of Microsoft's newest operating system will be available in late October at the developer event.
WSO2, the open-source SOA middleware maker, has joined the growing ranks of PHP supporters with the release of its new Web Services Framework for PHP (WSF/PHP) 2.0.
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.
Testing tools vendor Ranorex's new automated application-testing solution supports C#, VB.NET, Python and C++ languages.
Security firm Sophos disclosed on Monday that BusinessWeek magazine's Web site had been hacked.
Intel and Microsoft technologies are integrated in the new high-performance computing machine.
Infragistics unveils new icon packs to improve application navigation and enhance Web sites.
The companies plan to foster an interoperability spec for ECM systems through OASIS.
Why software development as a repeatable business process may work for you.
Sun launches free hypervisor, new version of Ops Center and Microsoft partnership.
Microsoft described rollout plans for BizTalk, which can be used to enable service-oriented architectures.
New York City is stepping up its .NET development efforts, but at the same time it is moving aggressively to expand use of open source technology, according to the city's top IT official.
Both flaws result from design issues in the framework, according to Ounce Labs.
Although the overall number of vulnerabilities being discovered in software appears to be leveling off or even dropping, two recent reports on Web security say that the overwhelming majority of Web sites studied still have unpatched vulnerabilities that could expose visitors to malicious code.
The product aims to avoid duplicate records by checking for inconsistencies.