Java and Ruby SDKs for Microsoft .NET Cloud Services


Look at that – I just noticed that we’re offering a Java and a Ruby SDK for our new Microsoft .NET Cloud Services announced yesterday at PDC:

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I didn’t remember hearing that yesterday, but this is AWESOME!

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  1. I just want to note quickly that they are *interoperability* SDKs, not services SDKs.  Meaning (as I understand it) that they are ways to get your Java and Ruby code hosted elsewhere to call a .NET Cloud Services service.  Not the "open" platform many of us were hoping for, but I understand some of that is coming…

    James