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What’s the point: Microsoft rolls out .Net Core 3.0, Opsgenie gets integrations, Facebook on Dev apps, Picolibc pops out

Microsoft has popped out .NET Core 3.0, which it says delivers “greatly improved performance” and is “battle tested” […]

Microsoft turns to GitHub to open source C++ STL

Microsoft has open sourced its implementation of the C++ Standard Library (STL), shifting the product source code to […]

CNAB ready for prime time, says Docker

Docker announced yesterday that CNAB, a specification for creating multi-container applications, has come of age. The spec has […]

Azure DevOps team sends help for PRs, pipelines and processes

The final version of Azure DevOps Server (ADS) 2019 Update 1 is now generally available, adding a basic […]

Microsoft waves $300,000 at hackers, says ‘do your worst’ to Azure Security Lab

Microsoft asked hackers to “come and do their worst” as it unveiled a dedicated security Lab for Azure […]

Do you want rules with that? Data sharing is caring à la Microsoft AI

Microsoft has drafted three agreements regarding the sharing and using of data for the AI community to give […]

What’s the point: Search UI, TensorFlow, Go, LinkedIn, and ML.NET

Elastic’s Search UI library for integrating search capabilities to websites and web apps has reached version 1.0, thus […]

Microsoft kills off SQL Server 2008, waves customers onto Azure

Microsoft finally pulls the plug on SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 today, while simultaneously teasing new services […]

Azure opens up DevOps Pipelines to Auditing…

Microsoft has given curious managers greater insight into who is doing what in their Pipelines, with a public […]

GitHub acquires Pull Panda, pushes toolset for free

GitHub has made its third acquisition since being borged by Microsoft, by snapping up tools vendor Pull Panda. […]