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  • Blog Post: Open XML SDK: Released Today as an Open Source Project

    Posted by Jose Miguel Parrella Microsoft Interoperability Strategy Today Doug Mahugh, Senior Technical Evangelist for Microsoft Open Technologies Inc., announced the release of an Open XML SDK as an open source project through the MS Open Tech hub. Although the SDK has been available since 2007, this...
  • Blog Post: Expanded Hadoop Preview for Big Data Customers

    Posted by Colette Stallbaumer Director, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Earlier this month, Microsoft announced plans to release an additional limited customer preview of the Apache Hadoop-based service for Windows Azure in the first half of 2012. Since the first limited preview was released in...
  • Blog Post: Navigating the New World of Data

    Posted by Colette Stallbaumer Director, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Just ten years ago, most business data was locked up behind big applications. We are now entering an era when unlocking this data and its potential to drive new knowledge and insights is becoming a key success factor for many...
  • Blog Post: Opening Doors To Real Big Data Value: Hadoop On Windows Azure And Windows Server

    Posted by Kerry Godes Senior Manager, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Organizations are constantly in search of solutions that can help them manage, analyze and understand the vast amounts of data generated through today’s technology. Traditionally this required hiring business intelligence...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC, Web API, and Web Pages Open Sourced

    Posted by Colette Stallbaumer Director, Worldwide Marketing and Operations ASP.NET is a free web framework for building web sites and web applications using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Microsoft announced this week the release of source code for ASP.NET MVC, Web API, and Web Pages (aka Razor) under...