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Microsoft's Jay Schmelzer discusses the .NET Framework and how developers can build modern apps for the BYOD world, either using Microsoft tools or those from partners.
Posted on 05/23/2013 at 12:43 PM
Microsoft's TypeScript programming language over the past few years has been steadily climbing the popularity rankings in Stack Overflow's huge annual developer survey, this year knocking off Java to crack the top five.
In the latest Visual Studio 2022 preview, developers can edit source code from within All-In-One Search results.
VMware announced a new Visual Studio toolkit for working with Kubernetes clusters, containers, microservices and other cloud-native tech in its Tanzu line of products.
Rust rules among programming languages used for WebAssembly projects, but Blazor (C#) is coming on strong.
Trying out some hidden functionality that can be enabled with a few mouse clicks (and maybe an IDE restart).
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