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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office 2013 Embraces Apps

    Posted by Kerry Godes Senior Manager, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Love using apps on your smart phone? Wish you could use them on your PC or tablet? The Microsoft Office team has granted your wish. With the recent launch of their Customer Preview , the Office team announced that developers...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft and Windows Azure Head to….the Home of “Middle Earth!”

    Posted by Thiago Almeida Technical Evangelist, Microsoft New Zealand Spreading the good word about Openness at Microsoft (check out our updated website!) and Windows Azure can take us far and wide, but we didn’t expect to find ourselves in the middle of Middle Earth. Let me explain… ...
  • Blog Post: KimsQ Expands Web Platform

    Posted by JangYoon Kim Korea Marketing and Operations Microsoft is proud to be working with KimsQ , a PHP-based web platform provider that has just become the second largest web provider in South Korea after adding Windows to their existing PHP on Linux solutions. KimsQ currently powers 10,000 websites...
  • Blog Post: Now Available: PHP 5.5.0 Delivers Significant Performance Improvements

    Posted by Stephen Zarkos Senior Program Manager – PHP on Windows Congratulations to the PHP community on yesterday’s PHP 5.5.0 release , which delivers a long list of updates, including enhancements that significantly speed up PHP performance. It’s exciting to see the PHP language...
  • Blog Post: Open Source, Open Data, Open Learning: Supporting a More Open Web

    Posted by Keith Loo Open Platforms Lead, Microsoft Canada A few years ago, Microsoft Canada began hosting a series of events called Make Web Not War (MWNW). The concept was to assemble a group of thought leaders working with the latest technologies, open source or proprietary, and get everyone to...
  • Blog Post: KimsQ and Windows Azure at the 2012 Summer Games in London

    Posted by JangYoon Kim Korea Marketing and Operations More than a billion people worldwide tuned in to the opening ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Games in London. Although most of us can’t be there in person, the almost instantaneous sharing of photos and video footage can make us feel like we...
  • Blog Post: Evolution of PHP on Windows

    Posted by Colette Stallbaumer Director, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Over the past several years, Microsoft and its partners have worked diligently with the PHP community to improve the experience PHP developers and users have on Windows Server and Windows Azure . Now the PHP community supports...
  • Blog Post: Openness Customer Spotlight: Start-up Powers PHP-based E-commerce Solution with Windows Azure

    Posted by Prisda Gomutputra Platform Strategy Lead, Microsoft Thailand Bangkok-based Semantic Touch creates online marketing solutions for small- and medium- sized businesses. The company has developed BentoWeb, a ready-to-deploy e-commerce solution that enables businesses to quickly launch web storefronts...
  • Blog Post: PHP 5.4 Available in Windows Azure Web Sites

    Posted by Kerry Godes Senior Manager, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Microsoft and its partners continue to work with the PHP community to improve the experience PHP developers and users have on Windows Server and Windows Azure . Last week marked another milestone for improved PHP interoperability...
  • Blog Post: Publish Open Source Apps and Cloud-Based Sites with WebMatrix V2

    Posted by Kerry Godes Senior Manager – Worldwide Marketing and Operations WebMatrix V2 was released to web earlier this month, including support for popular open source apps and the ability to publish your site to the Cloud using Windows Azure Web Sites . WebMatrix is a free and open web...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft’s CoApp: Making Open Source Projects on Windows Easier

    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...