MS Open Tech working with the ANGLE Project community to increase apps’ portability to Windows Devices

Microsoft Open Technologies is working with the ANGLE Project community to enable ANGLE in Windows Phone 8 and Windows Store apps. This will allow developers to reuse their existing OpenGL ES 2.0 code, and to apply their current skills to building apps and games for Windows devices. ANGLE Project is an open source project which…


Windows Azure Provisioning of Linux and Windows via Puppet

Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. (MS Open Tech) is pleased to announce that the release of a new Windows Azure Puppet Module that makes it possible to provision both Linux and Windows virtual machines on Windows Azure using the popular open source DevOps tool, Puppet. Support is provided in the form of a Windows Azure module…

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New Reactive Extension Support for JavaScript Developers – Compatibility Builds, a lite version, and other improvements in RxJS 2.2

From the Rx team, Claudio Caldato, Principal Program Manager Lead, MS Open Tech Snesha Foss, Senior Program Manager, MS Open Tech Kirk Shoop, Senior Software Development Engineer, MS Open Tech Matthew Podwysocki, Software Engineer, Microsoft Today Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. (MS Open Tech), is happy to share the news of recent improvements we have made…

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The MS Open Tech Hub releases Rx 2.2

From the Rx team: Claudio Caldato, Principal Program Manager Lead, MS Open Tech Snesha Foss, Senior Program Manager, MS Open Tech Kirk Shoop, Senior Software Development Engineer, MS Open Tech Matthew Podwysocki, Software Engineer, Microsoft Donna Malayeri , Program Manager, Azure Mobile Services, Microsoft Today Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. (MS Open Tech), is happy to…

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AMQP 1.0 is one step closer to being recognized as an ISO/IEC International Standard

From Ram Jeyaraman, Senior Standards Professional, Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. and co-Chair of the OASIS AMQP Technical Committee Microsoft Open Technologies is excited to share the news from OASIS that the formal approval process is now underway to transform the AMQP 1.0 OASIS Standard to an ISO/IEC International Standard. The Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP)…

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ActorFx Updates – New features, improved performance and a new plugin to ease deployment to Windows Azure

From the ActorFx team: Claudio Caldato, Principal Program Manager Lead, Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. Brian Grunkemeyer, Senior Software Engineer, Microsoft Open Technologies Hub Today Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc, would like to share the news of a new version of ActorFx, V0.7. ActorFx provides an open source, non-prescriptive, language-independent model of dynamic distributed objects for building…

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Showcasing Open Source Community Contributors to Entity Framework, ASP.NET and Web API for Visual Studio

Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc.’s Hub engineering program continues to be a great place for community contributors to work and collaborate on key MS OpenTech projects. We’re thrilled to see so many non-Microsoft contributors. Thank you! In this post we’re showcasing (and thanking!) some of the open source developers who independently contribute code to improve key…

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Katana 2 is Available!

Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. is pleased to share the news of a new version of Katana – Katana 2.0.0! Recent Updates We’ve mentioned a few developments over the last couple of months leading up to this release – specifically, as part of updates to the MS Open Tech Hub projects, the new MVC 5 security…

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From HTML5DevConf: Pointer Events interoperability public demo of Firefox build integrating MS Open Tech’s contribution

Today, at the HTML5 Developers Conference, Microsoft demonstrated a build of Mozilla Firefox supporting Pointer Events. This Nightly build integrates Microsoft Open Technologies’ contribution to the Mozilla open source project to add support for Pointer Events, the new W3C specification to handle multiple input types in Web apps and sites. In his talk, Jacob Rossi,…