BreakpointJan 31, 2014 at 11:00 AM0
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Developers come in all shapes and sizes. You have preferences as to what environment and languages you choose to developer your code. Interestingly enough, Visual Studio and its Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) capabilities can support almost any of these preferences. Paul…
Web Camps TVMay 06, 2013 at 1:00 AM1
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Join your guides Brady Gaster and Cory Fowler as they talk to the product teams in Redmond as well as the web community. In this episode, Brady and Cory talk to Guang Yang from the Windows Azure SDK team to discuss some awesome new features. First, Guang talks about the new Ruby…
In this interview
Kevin Hazzard, C# MVP based in Richmond, Virginia, discusses with
Zhiming Xue dynamic languages like Python and Ruby, the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) from Microsoft and the next generation of C# that’s becoming a dynamic language. He explains that the DLR as “the…
John Lam led a Q&A session with attendees on an update of what Microsoft is doing with IronRuby. This is a very interesting discussion that includes updates on language implementation and the plans to get Rails working on IronRuby.
Most consumers are unaware of the extent of publicly available, online exposures of their information – including phone numbers, current and past addresses, birth dates, home values, income level, religion, and relative names (including mother's maiden name) – all of which can easily be used for…
As hard as it might be to believe, not everybody is using Visual Studio as their development platform. Then what if they want to develop a Silverlight application? Is notepad their only option?Fortunately not. Vijay Rajagopalan did a session at MIX09 earlier this year which shows how we've been…
From the MIX Online team:
Gestalt is a library released by
MIX Online Labs that allows you to write Ruby, Python & XAML code in your (X)HTML pages. It enables you to build richer and more powerful web applications by marrying the benefits of expressive languages,
jccimNov 19, 2009 at 9:38 AM0
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Johnny Halife, Partner Architect from Southworks started a few months ago a project aiming at providing a Windows Azure SDK for Ruby developers.
Still in beta, the SDK puts the Window Azure storage features ( table, storage & queues) very close to ruby developer.
Johnny was at PDC09,…