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Running ASP.NET 5.0 on Nano Server preview: how I eventually got it working http://bit.ly/1S1bv5c
I have been trying out Microsoft’s Nano Server Preview and wrote up initial experiences for the Register. One of the things I mentioned is that I could not get an ASP.NET app successfully deployed. After a bit more effort, and help from a member of the tea
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What kind of HW is the nano server intended for?
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Reflections on BoxDEV: keeping ahead of SharePoint, Changing Microsoft, and Eric Schmidt on Surveillance http://bit.ly/1OkWJHa
Earlier this week I attended BoxDEV in San Francisco, along with around 1500 developers and some illustrious guests: Eric Schmidt from Google and Marc Benioff from Salesforce. Schmidt was interviewed by Box CEO Aaron Levie. “Randomly watching and surveill
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AWS Summit London: cloud growth, understanding Lambda, Machine Learning http://bit.ly/1CTii5L
I attended the Amazon Web Services (AWS) London Summit. Not much news there, since the big announcements were the week before in San Francisco, but a chance to drill into some of the AWS services and keep up to date with the platform. The keynote by CTO
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Why Windows Server is going Nano: think automation, Cloud OS http://bit.ly/1aoJ9jw
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Devialet’s Phantom audio system on show in Barcelona http://bit.ly/1Doi38N
I was glad to see and hear the French Devialet Phantom system at the Mobile Focus event in Barcelona, just before Mobile World Congress, having missed the company's recent presentation in London. image. The Phantom is a device that looks like a giant eyeball, and is essentially an active mono ...
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Windows 10 at Mobile World Congress 2015: a quick reflection http://bit.ly/1F7w4qs
I attended Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week – with 93,000 attendees and 2,100 exhibitors according to the latest figures. It was a big event for Microsoft’s new Windows. It started for me on the Saturday before, when Acer unveiled a low-end W
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Windows 10: Moving Windows into the mobile and app era take 2, and why Windows 8 is not so bad http://bit.ly/1Edh71Q
I attended Microsoft’s Build conference last week where there was a big focus on Windows 10. I spent some time with the latest Build 10074 which came out last week as well attending various sessions on developing for the upcoming OS. I also spoke to Corpor
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Inside Microsoft: Ex design lead gives perspective on Metro, Office, iOS and Android battles http://bit.ly/1HKI6HV
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Delphi and RAD Studio 2015 roadmap: no Universal Apps? http://bit.ly/18OaWsZ
Embarcadero has posted a roadmap for RAD Studio 2015, its suite of tools for building apps for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. Note that the company says the (sketchy) plans outlined are “not a promise, or a contract”. I will be interested to see if the c
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+tim anderson agreed, I was a bit incorrect, but despite WinRT is native and unmanaged it is a sandboxed environment. Suddenly, WinRT begins to look like FireMonkey but for a different set of platforms. Why would or should EMBT want to expand Delphi to one more platform? There was such attempt with .NET already and it has been wrong.
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Mobile World Congress 2015 round-up: MediaTek Helio, Samsung Galaxy S6, Boyd smell sensor, Jolla Sailfish 2.0, Alcatel OneTouch devices, ZTE eye scanning, and Ford’s electric bike http://bit.ly/1FkrEwA
Finding time to write everything up is a struggle, so rather than risk not doing so at all, here is a quick-fire reflection on the event. Microsoft’s Windows 10 was part of it of course; I’ve covered this in a separate post. I attended MediaTek’s
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