Microsoft shocker: Open-source .NET, free Visual Studio …

Microsoft shocker: Open-source .NET, free Visual Studio …

NET 2015 with new features for building applications that run on platforms including Windows, Linux, iOS and Android. Taken together, the moves are a massive bet by the company, intended to make Microsoft's Azure cloud platform more competitive by significantly increasing the flexibility of the company's developer technologies. Microsoft counts more than 6 million developers using .NET, but in a world where they have options including Java, PhP, Node.js, Ruby …

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