This report displays support for the Microsoft .Net framework by version. Developed by Microsoft, the .Net (also
commonly displayed as .NET) framework is a platform for the development of software on the Microsoft Windows operating
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Microsoft and open source: True love or casual fling?
InfoWorld / 4/8/14
Microsoft adds .Net compiler to open source offerings
InfoWorld / 4/4/14
Net Compiler Platform, provides C# and Visual Basic compilers with rich code analysis APIs so that developers can build code analysis tools with the same APIs Microsoft uses to implement Visual Studio. An end-user preview of Roslyn for Visual Studio 2013 ...
Four things developers should know about the new Microsoft
InfoWorld / 4/4/14
This is about more than Microsoft open-sourcing existing work. Granted, it's nice to have, and nobody's complaining about great swaths of open source, cross-platform .Net infrastructure. But the underlying issue is much larger: Microsoft's entire software ...
Neudesic Introduces Neuron-ESB 31 for Improved Microsoft NET Developer ...
IT Business Net / 3/12/14
Neuron-ESB is Neudesic's Enterprise Service Bus that extends the Microsoft platform by providing real-time reliability, durable messaging, application integration, business processing and web services management. ... real-time debugging support at design time, so developers can quickly test, diagnose and fix business processes during development. The business process debugging experience within Neuron-ESB 3.1 is similar to the experience provided by Microsoft Visual Studio for debugging .NET applications.
Red Hat Adds Microsoft .Net To OpenShift
InformationWeek / 3/10/14
Red Hat, in a move to put its OpenShift platform-as-a-service on a more equal footing with Cloud Foundry, now works with Microsoft C#, Microsoft .Net applications, and the Microsoft SQL Server database. One of the compelling aspects of Cloud Foundry, ...
Red Hat Adds Microsoft .NET To Its OpenShift Service
TheHostingNews.com (press release) / 3/6/14
(The Hosting News) – The world's largest commercial open source company, Red Hat, is bringing its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service to Microsoft.NET and SQL Server capabilities through collaboration with Uhuru Software. According to Uhuru, “OpenShift ...
Red Hat Adds Microsoft .NET to Its OpenShift PaaS
eWeek / 3/5/14
Red Hat announced today that Microsoft .NET applications can now run on its open-source OpenShift platform-as-a-service (PaaS) technology. Since its inception in 2011, Red Hat's OpenShift has enabled open-source programming languages including ...
Red Hat brings Microsoft's .NET Apps to OpenShift
Muktware / 3/5/14
Customers now don't need Microsoft Windows to be able to run or create .NET Apps. Red Hat has partnered with Uhuru Software to bring Microsoft .NET Apps and SQL server capabilities to Red Hat's Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution OpenShift.
Red Hat brings Microsoft .NET Apps to its OpenShift cloud
ZDNet / 3/5/14
Talk about unlikely combinations. Red Hat, the leading enterprise Linux company, announced on March 5th that it's bringing Microsoft .NET and SQL Server capabilities to its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service cloud. What's even more surprising is that Red Hat ...
Visual Basic.Net on the upswing with developers
InfoWorld / 2/11/14
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