No need to catch a plane to attend this Microsoft technical conference. The company has decided that to reach a broader audience, Windows Summit 2010 will be only available online.
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It may be 'tax' day for most Americans but, for some developers, April 15 is the day that Microsoft releases version 4 of its Silverlight media streaming technology.
Microsoft continues to support its aging Windows Mobile phone operating system even as the company hopes to take the market by storm with Windows Mobile 7 which isn't ready yet.
In preparation for the official release of Visual Studio 2010, the software giant is brewing up deals for loyal users that let them buy the new package at a discount as well as to get a new subscription for MSDN.
As Microsoft makes the latest beta of its Windows Server AppFabric available, it's urging developers to begin building composite applications that span both local servers and services in the cloud.
After being delayed once, will the next edition of the popular developers' suite make its April ship date?