Microsoft's next Build conference is happening at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle in early May. If you want to join us there for the show, you should move quickly.
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On March 7, Microsoft will release Visual Studio 2017, the latest and most flexible version of its developer suite. In doing so, the firm will also celebrate Visual Studio's 20th anniversary.
Today, Microsoft hosted a live online event to bring developers up to speed on the improvements it's delivering with the Creators Update.
This week, Microsoft explained how it plans to evolve its current crop of software development languages. And fans of Visual Basic may want to sit down first.
This week, Microsoft announced add-ins for Outlook Mobile, starting on iOS. This is an important step for Outlook Mobile and for mobile productivity apps in general.
With the understanding that few professional developers will ever re-create their apps for the UWP platform, Microsoft is trying a different tack. Again.
What if you created an apps platform and no one built any apps? That is the problem that Microsoft faces with the Universal Windows Platform (UWP).
Today: Microsoft to stop updating Minecraft on Windows phones, Cortana coming to the Android lock screen, Office Lens for iPad, more.
Microsoft this week is promoting two free video learning series that will help you learn the C# programming and UWP app development, respectively.
Microsoft has posted all of the content from its Xamarin Dev Days live event, allowing developers to view the content on demand.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced today that it has brought its PIXEL desktop environment to PC and Mac.
Today: Get your Xbox crest, Nokia sues Apple for patent infringement, Microsoft and Boku bring carrier billing to Orange in France, more.
In 2016, Microsoft took decisive steps away from its traditional roots and embraced a more open future in the cloud.
The murky situation with Cortana-based devices is in keeping with my philosophy that Microsoft just can't stop punching itself in the face.
Years in the making, Google's Internet of Things (IoT) platform, now called Android Things, is ready for its first developer preview.