Azure on Arm is here at last

Azure on Arm is here at last

Microsoft has finally unveiled its Arm-hosted virtual machines, a lower-power option for your cloud-native code.

Hands-on with Microsoft’s CBL-Mariner 2.0 Linux

Hands-on with Microsoft’s CBL-Mariner 2.0 Linux

How to install and configure the fast and lightweight container host Linux distribution for Azure Kubernetes Service and the Microsoft Container Registry.

Understand Visual Studio’s new extension model

Understand Visual Studio’s new extension model

Microsoft is updating how you build Visual Studio extensions, with new APIs and the ability to run extensions outside of the Visual Studio process.

Kestrel: The Microsoft web server you should be using

Kestrel: The Microsoft web server you should be using

This alternative to Internet Information Services, which Microsoft uses for its own services, delivers modern dynamic web applications on common server platforms or in containers.

Lift and shift Windows applications to containers

Lift and shift Windows applications to containers

Microsoft’s own experience with Microsoft 365 shows that moving to cloud-native is possible, even when you have a lot of code to move.

Manage your tasks with the Microsoft To Do API

Manage your tasks with the Microsoft To Do API

A desktop task manager built on top of the Microsoft Graph lets you share tasks with groups and seamlessly link tasks to applications.

Build .NET apps for the metaverse with StereoKit

Build .NET apps for the metaverse with StereoKit

Microsoft’s open source mixed-reality tools make it easy to build OpenXR apps in .NET.

Build SBOMs with Microsoft’s SPDX SBOM generator

Build SBOMs with Microsoft’s SPDX SBOM generator

Microsoft is making its internal, cross-platform, software bill of materials generation tool public and open source.

Trying out the Azure Developer CLI

Trying out the Azure Developer CLI

Microsoft’s new Azure developer tool streamlines development in the Azure cloud, from deploying dev environments to running CI/CD.

Azure Artifacts helps you standardize on packages and modules

Azure Artifacts helps you standardize on packages and modules

Microsoft’s Azure DevOps offers a feed-based artifact repository for your own and third-party code that’s well worth a look.

Working with Microsoft’s .NET Rules Engine

Working with Microsoft’s .NET Rules Engine

Manage application workflow with open source tools that add basic rules processing to your code.

Using Azure Communication Services for email

Using Azure Communication Services for email

Microsoft’s Azure multichannel communications APIs get support for email.

What’s new in Microsoft Azure’s NLP AI services

What’s new in Microsoft Azure’s NLP AI services

Microsoft is finally close to delivering its long-promised natural user interfaces. Here’s how you can build them into your code.

Building collaborative apps with Teams Live Share

Building collaborative apps with Teams Live Share

Microsoft is expanding access to its Fluid Framework real-time collaboration tools with a new application platform for Teams developers.

Microsoft Azure eases Kubernetes development with a new Draft

Microsoft Azure eases Kubernetes development with a new Draft

Microsoft resurrects Deis Labs’ Kubernetes quick-start tool to help you package existing code for Azure Kubernetes Service.

Microsoft Dev Box: Your development workstation on Azure

Microsoft Dev Box: Your development workstation on Azure

Build 2022 had a developer focus, with new tools to make it easier to write code in a world of hybrid work. Dev Box promises to make your development environments easier to manage.

Introducing Microsoft’s Power Pages

Introducing Microsoft’s Power Pages

Microsoft’s Power Platform low-code tools now build web apps and turn pictures into code.

Add security to Azure applications with Azure WAF

Add security to Azure applications with Azure WAF

Microsoft’s latest updates to Azure’s Web Application Firewall make it an essential component of cloud architectures.

Understanding Flatcar Container Linux

Understanding Flatcar Container Linux

Kinvolk’s Flatcar is Microsoft’s latest Linux. What is it and what should you use it for?

WCF returns: Core WCF gets a 1.0 release

WCF returns: Core WCF gets a 1.0 release

Microsoft promises to support the community .NET Windows Communication Foundation replacement.

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