Microsoft has released .NET Core 2.0, a major new version of its cross-platform, open source, and modular .NET platform.
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The first games made by indie developers via the Xbox Live Creators Program are available on Xbox One and Windows 10.
The Windows Subsystem for Linux is now available in Windows Insider builds of Windows Server.
Promising a final release of the system soon, Google today released Android O Developer Preview 4.
Microsoft has announced the availability of Windows Template Studio 1.2, the latest version of its UWP builder Visual Studio extension.
Microsoft launched the Xbox Live Creators Program, which lets anyone publish Xbox Live-enabled games for Xbox One and Windows 10.
Microsoft announced today that it is retiring Windows App Studio, its web-based app development tool.
Two SUSE Linux environments---Linux Enterprise Server 12 and openSUSE Leap 42---are now available in newer Windows 10 Insider Preview builds.
Apple's long-anticipated move into Augmented Reality (AR) has delivered a decisive death blow to HoloLens and the Windows Mixed Reality platform.
The MS Dev Show talks with Paul Thurrott about his thoughts on Microsoft. We solve part of the uppercase/lowercase mystery, and apparently, Swag is an acronym.
Microsoft announced today that its Xamarin University will start a free, five-part mobile development series on June 1. The best news? Charles Petzold will appear as a special guest.
With both Microsoft and Google announcing major new education initiatives in recent weeks, Apple today tossed its hat into the ring as well.
Microsoft announced today that the Code Builder Update for Minecraft: Education Edition is now available, along with other updates to both in-game features and Classroom Mode.
At its Google I/O 2017 developer conference today, Google revealed many of the major new features coming in Android "O."