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ASP.NET web API rocks

By Rachel Roumeliotis
August 28, 2012

Glenn Block (@gblock) is an O’Reilly author and senior program manager on the Windows Azure Team at Microsoft. We sat down recently to talk about the newly released ASP.NET Web API Framework, which he helped develop, and why it will …

Analysis 2009: IT Departments Disappear into the Cloud

By Kurt Cagle
January 6, 2009

While other IT sectors may be struggling, one area that will likely be quite hot will be in the cloud computing/hosted services market. This particular market has been the subject of a great deal of hype over the last...

Git Repositories now offered by ProjectLocker

By Eric Berry
October 22, 2008

ProjectLocker.com now offers Git hosting as well as SVN

Google Hosting Ajax and App Engine Update

By Andre Charland
July 9, 2008

Last month while on the On AIR Tour in Europe, Dion managed do a quick video chat in Munich. In this interview Dion and I chat about the new things happening in App Engine including opening it up and pricing. The Dion tells us about Google has started hosting the JavaScript files for certain Ajax libraries.

Aptana Cloud Makes App Deployment Easy

By Andre Charland
May 8, 2008

Aptana announced last week they're going to help developers deploy to the cloud, starting with Joyent's hosting services. So now Aptana is helping developers write JavaScript code with their IDE, run JavaScript and on the server with Jaxxer and now deploy their app to the web with the click of a button.

Google App Engine = More Hosting Options for RIAs

By Andre Charland
April 14, 2008

Last week Google released a very interesting hosting environment for web developer, Google App Engine. It's a quick and easy to deploy and host your web app on Google's infrastructure. It's Python only for the time being but that will change soon enough.


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