U.S. Government Goes Open Source

Back in March, the White House released a draft of a Federal Source Code policy for public comment. The purpose of this policy was to “require new software developed specifically for or by the Federal Government to be made available for sharing and re-use across Federal agencies.” In other words,... [More]

The Key to the Big Data Revolution

During his presentation at the Data Driven SQL Event last March, Microsoft’s Executive Vice President of its Cloud and Enterprise Group looked to a medieval mathematician to explain the nature of a revolution we’re living today. That VP was Scott Guthrie, the mathematician was Leonardo Pisano Bi... [More]

Aurelia-Syncfusion Bridge

Today we’re pleased to announce that the Syncfusion JavaScript library officially supports the Aurelia client framework. Our team has been working with the Aurelia team for the past couple of months to make this happen. We would especially like to thank Nikolaj Ivancic and Daniel Bendel from the... [More]

Looking Back on Metro Studio

2012 marked a major milestone for design trends across applications and the web. With the release of Windows 8 and Microsoft's Metro UI, flat design had arrived in style. Already a growing trend, the release of Windows 8 cemented flat design as here to stay, instead of a trend. This resulted in... [More]