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Microsoft Windows Dev Home: Fluff, or evolving into something useful?

Windows Dev Home did not excite developers when first launched, but one year on it is looking more […]

Microsoft releases .NET Aspire as an ‘opinionated stack’ for cloud applications, including telemetry and a monitoring dashboard

At its Build event under way in Seattle, Microsoft has released the first production build of .NET Aspire, […]

Developers urge Microsoft to “reconsider” auto-installing recommended components in Visual Studio

A new feature of the Visual Studio installer, the automatic install of “recommended” components even when not specifically […]

Microsoft will focus on cloudy Aspire stack in .NET 9 and Visual Studio – for closer ties to Azure?

Microsoft will focus on the Aspire stack in .NET 9, now in preview and likely to be released […]

Azure Linux released at Build – where Microsoft revealed why it did not fork Fedora

At its Build developer event this week, Microsoft made Azure Linux – its own distribution of the open […]

Wasm-based Spin 1.0 released to address ‘limitations of serverless’

Fermyon has released Spin 1.0, the first stable version of its open source tool for compiling applications to […]

Microsoft releases SQL Server 2022, preferring hooks to Azure over enhancing the on-premises product

Microsoft has released SQL Server 2022 to general availability, at the PASS (Professional Association for SQL Server) Community […]

GitHub has hit $1bn revenue and 90m users, says Microsoft CEO on 4th anniversary of acquisition

“Four years since our acquisition, GitHub is now at $1 billion in annual recurring revenue,” reported Microsoft CEO […]

Microsoft Ignite: Developer? Here’s what you need to know

During its annual Ignite conference, Microsoft revealed features for developers that include an updated Azure App Service with […]

Microsoft previews Dev Boxes: Deep into the Azure rabbit hole

Microsoft’s Dev Box offer, preconfigured Windows VMs designed to enable developers to work on remote machines, is now […]