Visual Studio 2015: It’s Happening!

We have a date! The official Visual Studio 2015 release is set to be July 20.S. Somasegar, corporate vice president of the Developer Division at Microsoft, announced on his blog that Visual Studio 2015, along with Team Foundation Server 2015 and .NET Framework 4.6, will be available for download... [More]

Build 2015

Between its Build conference last week and the Ignite conference this week, Microsoft has made dozens of announcements that reinforce its newfound image as a company that embraces whatever technologies developers are using, from competing mobile platforms like iOS and Android, to the open-source eco... [More]

There Will Be Bugs

Five days after the release of the Raspberry Pi 2, enthusiast Peter Onion discovered a strange problem with the device. He found that it was camera shy. As anyone proud of their hardware is wont to do, Onion was photographing his Raspberry Pi 2 when he discovered if he photographed it using a flash... [More]

Succinctly Series Trivia, October 27-31

To celebrate the release of the 50th e-book in the Succinctly series, Syncfusion is holding a trivia contest on Twitter from October 27–31! Each day we will tweet one question about the Succinctly series, and a winner will be randomly selected from the correct responses to receive a $50 gift c... [More]

Succinctly Series Reaches 50th E-book

Machine Learning Using C# Succinctly marks the 50th e-book in the Succinctly series! We’ve shared some high-fives in the office to celebrate this milestone, and though we aren’t able to high-five you, dear reader, we do hope you will download the e-book. We’ll consider the two... [More]

Calling All Hobbyists

Hobbyists, moonlighters, rogues—call them what you will, but developers who code in their free time are an important segment of the developer population. Their motives are many. Some build tools for their own use, while others seek to hone or broaden their skills. Of course, many also spend countles... [More]