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.
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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.
You have to give Google some credit: There is no idea from its competitors that is too good to steal. And so it is now with the search giant's latest educational push.
Last week, Microsoft announced a preview version of Xamarin Player, which lets developers create iOS apps directly from a Windows PC. Here's some updated info about the tool.
Build is perhaps my favorite Microsoft event because it highlights two of my biggest tech passions: Windows and software development.
As part of its Build 2017 announcement tsunami, Microsoft revealed this week that it is improving Windows 10 IoT Core in key ways.
Today at Build 2017, Microsoft announced a preview version of Xamarin Live Player, which is in some ways the final piece of the mobile development puzzle.
While the general availability of Visual Studio for Mac generated a lot of news today, Microsoft also shipped two other important Visual Studio versions.
Microsoft has announced new Microsoft Teams developer features, new capabilities for Microsoft Graph, and improved connectivity with Office partner solutions.
During the opening day of Build 2017, Microsoft announced that Visual Studio 2017 for Mac is now generally available. There are several other Visual Studio announcements as well.
I'm heading into this week's Build 2017 conference with a sense of anticipation. But what I would like to see at Build differs sharply from what we will most likely be shown.
Hidden inside Windows 10 "Redstone 3" build 16184 are Shoulder Taps, a My People feature that lets you send payloads of loud, animated fun to your contacts. MSN Messenger fans: rejoice! Winks are back and are better than ever.
This Spring, Microsoft will make its upteenth attempt to get developers excited about Windows 10 at Build 2017. But as users have discovered, the apps platform in Windows 10 isn't in any way enticing. And it's OK.