November 25, 2014
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Virtualize Your Windows Development Environments with Vagrant, Packer, and Chocolatey, Part 2
See how many developer pain points can be addressed with Vagrant, the lightweight, open source tool.
Tags : Linux, Windows, Vagrant, Packer, Chocolatey
Introducing Couchbase: NoSQL for Windows
Scale your application to the sky with the high performance NoSQL Couchbase!
Tags : .NET, NoSQL, Windows, Microsoft, Couchbase
Microsoft Might Accept 'Metro' Apps After All
The company has removed a notice about rejecting apps with the word "Metro" in the title.
Tags : Windows, Microsoft, Windows 8, app store, Metro apps
Beginner's Guide to TortoiseSVN, the Windows Subversion Client
TortoiseSVN allows Windows users to access all of Subversion's version control functionality without having to master the command line.
Tags : source code, version control, Windows, Subversion
Sencha Touch 2 Brings iOS Development to Windows PCs
The updated framework also offers better Android performance.
Tags : mobile development, Windows, IOS, Sencha Touch 2
Microsoft Releases Kinect for Windows SDK 1.0
The company plans to update the technology two to three times per year.
Tags : Windows, SDK, Microsoft Kinect
Node.js Comes to Windows
Microsoft Web servers can now run JavaScript.
Tags : Windows, Node.js
BlueStacks New Hypervisor Allows Google Android apps to Run on Windows
BlueStacks, a start-up company created back in March of 2008, releases a new product allowing Android apps to run on PCs.
Tags : Windows, Android, hypervisor
Remembering Trumpet Winsock
Peter Tattam's Trumpet Winsock was a widely distributed application, but he didn't make much money from it. Now is your chance to give something back to the man who made connecting to the Internet with Windows 3.1 possible.
Tags : Windows, Internet
JRuby 1.6 Advances Ruby on Java
New version of JRuby updates core Ruby on Java and adds performance improvements on Windows.
Tags : Windows, Engine Yard, JRuby
Meet Git, the Version Control System for Developers Who Like Ease
Meet Git, an open-source version control system that reduces rather than adds to the overhead of managing a software project.
Tags : open source, git, version control, Linux, Windows
PHP Developers Prefer Using Windows to Build Enterprise Apps: Study
New data confirms that PHP developers have differing tastes when it comes to their operating system of choice for development and for deployment.
Tags : open source, PHP 5, Zend, Windows, Mac OS X
Extending Microsoft's Concurrency and Coordination Runtime with MSMQ
Join Microsoft's Concurrency and Coordination Runtime and MSMQ to coordinate work across processes on multiple computers.
Tags : Windows, services, Microsoft, robotics, messaging
Performance Improvement: Bigger and Better
What do you do when a system or application performance problem just can't seem to be fixed?
Tags : Windows, server, CPU, performance management, performance
Simple Parallel Development with the Asynchronous Agents Library
By adopting a messaging based approach to task parallelism, the Asynchronous Agents Library provides a simple model for concurrent programming that avoids the complexity of memory locks.
Tags : developer, Windows, security, Microsoft, programming
Program and Employ Windows Services for Microsoft SharePoint 2007
See how combining SharePoint 2007's API and an Object Model allows for greater program functionality.
Tags : Windows, search, services, Microsoft, server

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