Data Science Sees Global Growth

The field of data science has been around since the 1960s. The earliest computers were still being built, and at that time, the term “data scientist” was often interchangeable with “statistician” or “computer scientist.” Since then, the data scientist’s job ... [More]

A Closer Look at Windows 10

Today’s Windows 10 brief included a lot of exciting announcements for Windows developers and users. We got a preview of Cortana for desktop, and learned that Windows 7 and 8.1 users will be able to upgrade to Windows 10 for free. We also learned that this version of Windows will reinforce Mic... [More]

Syncfusion's 2014 Tech Gift Guide

Nothing says holidays quite like tradition, so for the second year in a row we have decided to share our top picks for gifts this season. We’ve also included a few items from our #12DaysofDotNet giveaway—read on to learn how you can enter and win. Samsung Gear 2 Neo This smartwatch wil... [More]

Microsoft Open-Sources .NET

Microsoft made several announcements last week via its Connect(); conference. The conference, labeled a “cloud-first, mobile-first, code-first virtual event” by the tech giant, was hosted entirely online and designed to reach as many developers as possible. This has served as an ideal pl... [More]

Consider Wearables at Work

Wearable technology has slowly begun to take hold in the lives of many consumers. Health-conscious users can track their exercise and vital signs with smartwatches, while new laws are being considered that both restrict and protect Google Glass users. High-fashion runways are even being influenced b... [More]

Essential Studio for Xamarin has Arrived

As part of our participation in the Xamarin Evolve 2014 conference this week, Syncfusion is excited to reveal a new control suite for cross-platform mobile development: Essential Studio for Xamarin. We’ve incorporated some of your favorite data visualization and file-format components from Syn... [More]

Syncfusion at Xamarin Evolve 2014

Syncfusion is thrilled to be attending the Xamarin Evolve 2014 conference in Atlanta next week. We’ll be showing live demos of our controls, giving away great prizes, and sharing exciting details about upcoming products. This is the second annual Evolve conference, and although its main focus... [More]

The New Bounty Hunter

You don’t need a mysterious persona or a stolen spaceship to be the next Boba Fett (or at least, the programmer equivalent). Bug bounties are quickly becoming a popular way for large companies to discover issues in their software that may be a threat to user security. Big names like Google, Mi... [More]