What Redmond needs to do in the new year to build on the momentum of the raft of 2012 product releases.
The Build event last year was really just a sneak-peek of this year’s show; the promise of Windows 8, hinted at then, became the reality of Windows 8 now.
We're almost at the end of 2012, and it's been an amazing year for Microsoft product releases.
Microsoft's Build show is just around the corner, and developers need to know the future of Windows 8.
Traditional software company Adage Technologies adapts to the sea change that is Windows 8.
Microsoft has had a number of game-changing (for both better and worse) OSes over its long history. In which category will Windows 8 fit?
It's time to stop thinking of "design" as a dirty word, and UI as the sole domain of the folks at the other end of the cubicle farm.
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All indications now point toward an October release of Windows 8.
Our cover story this month on Agile development comes at a good time, coinciding with the recent release of the Visual Studio 11 beta.
The problem isn't Windows Phone: Rather, it's the people selling Windows Phone, who are mostly clueless about what it can do.
"Lean Startup" is all about making sure there's a market for your product before you start writing code.
Microsoft offers a number of good tools for teaching kids the fundamentals of programming.
Microsoft's unveiling of Windows 8 brought back something missing from recent years: excitement.
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