The Microsoft BUILD 2018 Conference kicked off with major keynotes by CEO Satya Nadella and Cloud EVP Scott Guthrie. There were several new service and product announcements made throughout both sessions. We look at the top key highlights.
Next week, thousands of Microsoft-centric developers will arrive in Seattle for Microsoft BUILD 2018. Here’s what we expect to see and how Microsoft’s map for the future affects IT.
Device and equipment manufacturers are also now looking toward IoT use case requirements to gauge the potential of 5G.
No-code and low-code development platforms, respectively, support "citizen developers" and free actual developers to turn their focus from the mundane to the mission-critical.
Here's why the agile development model still matters--as long as you take the time to appreciate what "agile" really means and put it into practice.
Another developer-related shift might be getting ready to happen as Progressive Web Applications start taking their place in app stores from major tech companies such as Google, Microsoft, and Apple. These hosted web applications will begin...
As companies work to manage enterprise-grade cloud workloads and get a handle on container sprawl, Kubernetes deployment makes more and more sense.
Microsoft’s ever-growing stable of artificial intelligence development tools further opens the technology to 'everyday developers.'