The company issued patches for its OS and server products to address Domain Name Server vulnerabilities.
Scrum has emerged as the most popular lightweight method according to Danube Technologies' founders.
Benefits of reusability and business agility touted.
The product combines three tools to facilitate data integration in traditional and SOA environments.
Microsoft broadened the preview access to testers of its new cloud-computing connectivity platform.
Microsoft quietly opened its Live Mesh preview to more testers on July 15, but by today (July 17), the offer had been narrowed to just waiting-list only.
In its first product release since acquiring Borland's CodeGear business, Embarcadero Technologies Inc. this week released a new tool set designed to help developers optimize SQL code in databases.
The company teamed with Amazon to add scalability to its hosted data integration solution.
Spring 2.5 embraces annotations in a variety of new ways.
One of the big surprises at Microsoft's Tech-Ed North America 2008 Developers conference in Orlando, Fla., last month was the launch of Project "Velocity," the code name for a distributed, in-memory data-caching platform that was quietly under development in Redmond.
The solution is designed to simulate architectural dependencies and test SOA components.
The Java EE-based software bundle will also feature 3D document conversion support and new deployment tools.
Hundreds of dissatisfied testers of Microsoft's ADO.NET Entity Framework V1, which is still in beta, are staging a protest against the software giant by expressing what they call a "vote of no confidence" in the technology.
Hundreds of dissatisfied testers of Microsoft's ADO.NET Entity Framework V1 are expressing what they call a "vote of no confidence" in the technology.
On Wednesday June 25 the Eclipse Foundation is sending Ganymede down the tracks.