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Microsoft Open Source success story—Babylon 

An ongoing series of stories about Microsoft people and projects making their world better through open source. If you haven’t heard of Babylon.js, there is no doubt that it’s already made your day more cheerful, powering Microsoft Teams’ Reactions‘ (those cute floating emojis), or your presentation faster and smoother as the engine that powers rendering...Read more

Microsoft joins Rust Foundation 

Today we’re excited to share that Microsoft is joining industry partners as founding members of the Rust Foundation, a new independent organization established to steward the Rust programming language and ecosystem and support Rust’s maintainers. We look forward to collaborating with the Rust community to continue improving the Rust language, providing tooling and library support,...Read more

How to deploy a production-ready Node.js HA Stack on Azure 

In our effort to bring the benefits of pre-packaged software to enterprise workloads in the cloud, Bitnami has recently started shipping a new generation of apps and infrastructure stacks in the Azure Marketplace that are designed for production use. One such stack is our brand-new Node.js High Availability (HA) Cluster, which you can deploy on...Read more

Five things about TypeScript 

TypeScript is a language for application-scale JavaScript development. It’s a typed superset of JavaScript that compiles to plain JavaScript and was originally created out of a need for a more robust tooling experience to complement JavaScript language developers. TypeScript makes it easier for developers to write cross-platform, application scale, JavaScript programs that run in any...Read more

Node.js dev? Learn how to host your apps on Azure 

On Wednesday, October 18 at 10am (PST), John Papa, Principal Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft, will be presenting a live webinar on deploying packaging and deploying Node.js apps and services to Azure App Service on Linux, manually and through a CI/CD system. Register now – it’s free. Every developer knows that moment when your app is...Read more

Microsoft at Node Interactive 2017 

Microsoft continues to make investments to ensure that Microsoft Azure is the best cloud for Node.js developers to build and deploy. Recent announcements of Azure App Service on Linux and Azure Web App for Containers, combined with support for Node.js across Azure Functions, Azure Container Service and pre-provisioned VM images, provide developers with a range of...Read more