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SUSE Linux debuts on Windows Store

After much anticipation, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and OpenSUSE are now featured on Microsoft’s Windows Store. The both the Linux distributions are available only...

Microsoft plans a Linux-friendly future for its server platforms

Microsoft is updating its Nano Server to serve the container space with a Linux-friendly experience. Alongside supporting proprietary solutions, the Redmond company is set...

Microsoft joins open source promoting Cloud Foundry Foundation

On a quest to expand its presence in the community-driven society, Microsoft has now joined the Cloud Foundry Foundation. The Redmond company is set...

TypeScript 2.4 enhances load times

TypeScript, the popular typed JavaScript superset developed by Microsoft, has received a new version. Dubbed TypeScript 2.4, the latest release features a dynamic import...

Microsoft releases open source machine learning library for Apache Spark

Microsoft has released a machine learning library for Apache Spark. The latest development is designed to boost the productivity of data scientists while using...

Accenture, Microsoft builds open source-focused Decentralised Identity Foundation

Accenture and Microsoft have announced their partnership to build the Decentralised Identity Foundation. The new group is aimed to leverage blockchain to develop an...

Microsoft to retire Skype Linux app on July 1

Microsoft is retiring its native Skype app for Linux. The Linux clients version 4.3 and older will formally leave the open source platform on...

Microsoft’s Cognitive Toolkit 2.0 debuts with open source neural library Keras

Microsoft’s deep learning and artificial intelligence (AI) solution Cognitive Toolkit has reached version 2.0. The new update is designed to handle production-grade and enterprise-grade...

Microsoft Azure gets an open source tool to streamline Kubernetes developments

Microsoft has announced the first open source developer tool for Azure. Called Draft, the new tool is designed to help developers create cloud-native applications...

Microsoft Windows finally joins open source movement

While a large part of the developer community often considers Microsoft as a proprietary behemoth, the Redmond company has now taken the open source...

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