Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced today that its CodeGuru toolset for web developers is now generally available.
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Microsoft just announced a bunch of things at Build 2020, here's everything you need to know.
Microsoft is adding some important new features to Visual Studio's Live Share feature.
After years of silence and misinformation, Microsoft finally made it official: It is “unifying access” to Win32 and UWP APIs.
Well, here’s the final nail in the UWP coffin: At Build 2020, Microsoft will finally describe how it plans to move past this platform disaster.
Microsoft today released the Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) for Windows 10 version 2004.
As you know, this year’s Microsoft Build 2020 event is virtual and not an in-person conference thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak.
With Windows 10X and Surface Neo in flux, there have been some questions about the fate of Surface Duo, the dual-screen Android device.
Google today announced Flutter 1.17, the latest version of its cross-platform developer framework, and Dart 2.8, the language used by Flutter.
Google had hoped to deliver Android 11 to device makers months earlier than usual, but that may not happen now.
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If you’re interested in attending Microsoft’s first virtual version of Build, you’ll be able to register later today.