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    Posted by Garrett Serack Senior Software Developer, Microsoft Open Source Technology Center This past Friday, developers filled the room for Outercurve’s first annual Northwest Open Source Hackathon. With a special focus on the recent NuGet 2.5 release , the event brought together developers...
  • Blog Post: Today’s NuGet 2.5 and CoApp Releases Make Open Source Projects on Windows Easier

    Posted by Garrett Serack Senior Software Developer, Microsoft Open Source Technology Center Hundreds of thousands of open source applications run on Windows today, but a lot of open source software can still be hard to find and deploy on Windows because many developers work on projects independently...
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    Posted by Kerry Godes Senior Manager, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Open Door Policy is a new series on the Openness blog that profiles industry thought leaders and individuals within Microsoft who are leading efforts to collaborate more openly, promoting interoperability and making it easier...
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    Posted by Kerry Godes Senior Manager, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Today marks the start of the Open Source Convention (OSCON) in Portland, OR. Among the Microsoft attendees that will be onsite at this year’s event is Garrett Serack from the Microsoft Open Source Technology Center. Garrett...