If you're a CEO, CFO, CIO of a company that performs any software development, Microsoft's acquisition of Xamarin has vast ramifications for your developers ability to target mobile platforms, says Sam Basu of Telerik.
GNOME desktop project co-founder Miguel de Icaza has finally reaped the benefits of being in bed with Microsoft, with the Redmond-based software behemoth buying Xamarin, de Icaza's company, for a sum said to be between US$400 million and US$500 million.
Programmers have been anxiously waiting for the release of Visual Studio 2015 given it was previewed last November – impatient lot.
The second Tuesday of the month is approaching fast, so get ready for the latest round of security updates from Microsoft and Adobe.
As expected, Microsoft has released seven security bulletins covering issues with Windows and other software, notably Internet Explorer. There's also a policy change regarding vulnerabilities in software sold through the company's various online stores.
Microsoft is set to release patches for a whopping 57 vulnerabilities later this week.
The first Patch Tuesday for 2013 has rolled around, and Microsoft has released seven security bulletins addressing a dozen vulnerabilities. It's also one of those months when Adobe releases updates alongside Microsoft.
Borland has updated its Silk Test automated testing software to handle software running on Windows 8.
Microsoft is previewing several new features of Windows Azure, including the ability to run Linux on Azure virtual machines.
This month Microsoft released six bulletins on Patch Tuesday, addressing a total of 11 vulnerabilities. Four of the bulletins are rated critical, so break out any remaining Easter eggs to cheer you up while you get patching.
Haylix claims to have brought competition to the Australian cloud storage market. A deal with Akamai delivers speedy data access for overseas users.
Intelledox selected to be a part of exclusive Microsoft Managed ISV Program
What better Valentine's Day gift could there be for a systems administrator than a bouquet of nine long-stemmed Microsoft security patches?
Do you live and breathe technology? Are you passionate about the Microsoft development platform?
This month's Patch Tuesday saw Microsoft release eight bulletins addressing 23 vulnerabilities. If you run a still-supported version of Windows, there's a patch for you this month.
Microsoft has addressed 22 vulnerabilities with 13 security bulletins this month. The good news is that only two of the bulletins are rated critical.
After a relatively quiet July, Microsoft plans to release a dozen security bulletins on August's Patch Tuesday.
If the number of typically low-cost projects on offer is any guide, there's plenty of work for HTML5 and Android developers. But things aren't looking so good for those skilled in various Microsoft technologies.
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