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In all likelihood, Microsoft will highlight Universal App building. Here's what we know now. Specifics, of course, will be well known by the end of the week.
A Windows 10 preview targeting "fast-ring" testers is released ahead of Microsoft's conference season.
Finally! C# developers get a feature that Visual Basic Developers have had since .NET Framework 3.0.
It's what unit testing should be. Here's how to use it to test your apps.
C# 6 lets you declare a property and initialize it in one statement.
Despite all the publicity around Big Data and Apache Hadoop, a new database deployment survey indicates traditional, structured relational database management systems still reign among enterprises, with SQL Server dueling Oracle for the overall lead.
Cloud service for orchestrating microservices from within Visual Studio will have a preview at next week's Microsoft Build conference.
Display data to a user with Xamarin.iOS and this nifty class.
As the group gets absorbed back into Microsoft, the company will start up a new open source advocacy group, Microsoft Open Technology Programs Office.
Microsoft pulled its SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 1 after numerous reports of installation errors.
Z-Ray to provide productivity enhancements for PHP developers working within Microsoft's managed cloud service.
Stored procedures can speed up your code by reducing trips to your database -- even if you only have one SQL statement to execute. Here's how to speed up your application (and how to simplify your stored procedure code).
SQL skills pay well and the technology is among the most popular as indicated by a big new developer survey from Stack Overflow, which tracked everything from caffeine consumption to indentation preferences
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Back-Propagation is the most common algorithm for training neural networks. Here's how to implement it in C#.