Microsoft is readying a first public preview of Visual Studio 2022 for this summer.
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Microsoft is making its OpenJDK Java release available to customers on Windows, macOS and Linux.
Microsoft's .NET 5 developer platform, key to the company's work to unify its different .NET flavors, is generally available as of today, November 10.
Just ahead of its expected public preview of its Dataflex low-cod-no-code platform for Teams, Microsoft has run into trademark issues.
Dataflex and Dataflex Pro are all about further integrating Microsoft's low-code/no-code Power Platform tools with Teams and Dynamics 365.
Java is important to Microsoft in developing many of its own products and services, as well as to its customers. That's why it's bringing OpenJDK to Windows 10 on Arm.
Microsoft is adding a new way for developers and IT pros to consume video content via Learn TV, which is now in preview.
Microsoft is bringing together Softomotive's RPA products, including WinAutomation, with its Power Automate to make building bots and automating Windows tasks easier.
Microsoft's Build 2020 event will be very different this year. And not just because it will be a virtual-only conference.
GitHub Codespaces, Discussions, code scanning and secret scanning are available in beta. And Private Instances are coming soon.