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4 Tips for Successful Business Blogging

Blogging is an amazing business tool, and a great way to share your brand, your expertise, and build relationships with current and new clients. Blogs are also a source of fresh content. And, we all know how much the search engines love fresh content.

Microsoft also working on a Swift compiler for iOS developers to come to Windows 10

One of the big news stories to come out of Build 2015 was the Objective C tools that Microsoft is introducing to welcome iOS developers to Windows 10. This is amazing news, but there's a small elephant in the room, and that's Swift.Show More Summary

Everything you need to know from Build 2015

Microsoft's annual developer conference, Build, has drawn to a close for another year and left us with a whole heap to spend the next days, weeks and months getting excited about. New developer tools a plenty, more amazing new features like Continuum for Phones in Windows 10 and a proper look at HoloLens are just some of what's been a very busy show. Show More Summary

New Project: Copper Tube Mini-Tool Organizer

Build a desktop stand for your essential small tools. Read more on MAKE The post Copper Tube Mini-Tool Organizer appeared first on Make:.

Visual Studio now packs an emulator for Windows 10 phone build 10069

If you are a Windows Phone app developer, you can check out the features of a more recent version of Windows 10 for phone via the emulator included in the latest Visual Studio tools release. The build number for this version is 10069, while the current version for Windows Insider members is 10051.

Valve releases a kit for making virtual reality apps

Eager to build a game or 3D modelling tool that takes advantage of HTC's Vive and other SteamVR-friendly virtual reality headsets? It's time to get cracking. Valve has released a software development kit that lets apps use SteamVR hardware, including Valve's controller and room-scale Lighthouse tracking. Show More Summary

Microsoft brings Minecraft mod creation to Visual Studio with new add-on

During Build 2015 today, Microsoft announced the release of a new tool to help people easily build Minecraft mods in Visual Studio. The tool is an add-on for Visual Studio that allows users to create their own mods from scratch or using one of three templates provided with the add-on. Show More Summary

Microsoft Azure gets GitHub Enterprise support

Microsoft announced a new partnership to bring GitHub’s Enterprise tools to Azure during its Build developer conference today. Although GitHub is popular hub for programmers to access open-source code, larger companies have taken to using the platform’s enterprise features for managing their own code. Show More Summary

Why Microsoft HoloLens could succeed where Glass failed (MSFT)

At Microsoft's Build developer conference in San Francisco this week, Microsoft wowed the crowd with its HoloLens virtual reality glasses. Microsoft was trying to drum up excitement for the "Windows Holographic Platform" tools that let developers write apps for HoloLens as part of Windows 10. Show More Summary

Today at Build—new possibilities with the Office platform

Office is the world’s most popular set of productivity tools for getting things done and is used by over 1.2 billion people around the world today. Developers play a critical role in the world of Office by building new experiences for users and customers that we could never have imagined. Show More Summary

Here's How Windows 10 Plans To Hit 1 Billion Devices In 3 Years

To court users, Microsoft is wooing developers with tools that make it jaw-droppingly easy to build new apps. Microsoft has some very high ambitions for Windows 10. The company announced today at its annual Build conference that it wants...Show More Summary

Microsoft introduces tools to let developers compile Mac and iPhone apps for Windows 10

Microsoft has announced at Build 2015 that their new tools will allow developers to compile the Objective-C code for their iOS apps to work on Windows 10. The new toolkit in Visual Studio will allow devs to build Windows Store-ready apps from Objective-C code used for iOS and OS X, and will support touch controls as well as keyboard and mouse. Show More Summary

Microsoft introduces tools to let developers quickly compile iOS apps for Windows 10

Microsoft has announced at Build 2015 that their new tools will allow developers to compile the Objective-C code for their iOS apps to work on Windows 10.

You have been running an iOS app on your Windows Phone and didn't even know it

Candy Crush for Windows Phone is actually an iOS game and we have all been playing it without even knowing. At Build 2015 Microsoft announced some new development tools that make the experience for Windows 10 developers easier, and one of them was the addition of Objective-C.

Internet Explorer’s successor, Project Spartan, is called Microsoft Edge

IT pros—Join agile and waterfall masters on turning the best DevOps tools into quality code that's quick to market. Sign up for the FREE webinar today. At its Build 2015 developer conference today, Microsoft announced Project Spartan will be called Microsoft Edge. Project Spartan is Microsoft’s new browser shipping on all Windows 10 devices (smartphones, […]

Microsoft announces new tool for effortlessly porting iOS apps to Windows 10

Microsoft announced today during its Build conference that it will release a tool for developers to port their iOS apps directly to Windows 10 as “universal apps” that run on both phones and desktop computers. Developers will be able to feed their existing Objective-C code into a new software package and have it converted to work […]

Developers can convert their iOS apps to Windows 10 apps

A big piece of news out of Microsoft BUILD today: developers can convert their apps written in Objective C for iOS devices into Windows 10 applications. A tool that Microsoft plans to release will allow developers to directly convert their Objective C code built for iOS devices to work on Windows 10 devices with “very few” modifications. Show More Summary

Microsoft unveils Visual Studio Code for Windows, Mac and Linux

Hell has officially frozen over. Microsoft is bringing some of its developer tools to the Mac and Linux. At Build 2015 on Wednesday, Scott Guthrie, Microsoft's EVP of cloud and enterprise, introduced Visual Studio Code to the audience. See...Show More Summary

Microsoft reveals Visual Studio Code with native support for Windows and OS X

During today's Build 2015 keynote address, Microsoft revealed a new developer app called Visual Studio Code. This is a free and lightweight version of the company's Visual Studio tools but can run natively on OS X and Ubuntu as well as Windows.

Microsoft now has a code editor for Mac and Linux: Visual Studio Code

Today at Build, Microsoft unveiled its first version of Visual Studio for Mac and Linux. The new tool, called Visual Studio Code, makes it easy to develop.NET code along with many other programming languages on Linux based systems. Microsoft...Show More Summary

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