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Lay cards in three lanes (or however exactly the game works) sometime in 2018.
The greatest tournament of all time for the greatest game of all time.
“If you do not remove it immediately, more severe attacks will hit your website.”
The real victor was Microsoft, which built an empire on the back of a shadily acquired MS-DOS.
Now in Seattle: two services, 1,000 bikes, and a shoulder shrug at helmet laws.
A single work-at-home salesman may be enough to push ahead with a patent trial.
Amazon Fresh may box up ingredients for a meal so you don't have to.
“Itrsquo;s time we step up and give you the driving experience you deserve.”
How one of the last video stores turned non-profit with an eye on preservation.
Easy and painless, so long as you like Amazon's selection (and Prime-exclusive rules).
Microsoft has fired a shot heard around the globe, so to speak, in data management with the debut of Azure Cosmos DB at the recent Microsoft Build 2017 developer conference in Seattle.

The cloud database is positioned for elasticity and globally available data, supported on the Azure cloud.

The project was founded in 2010 by Microsoftrsquo;s Dharma Shukla, who holds the title of distinguished engineer at the company.InfoWorld Editor at Large Paul Krill spoke with Shukla during the conference to get his perspectives on the technology.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
With Build 2017 starting today in Seattle, it’s going to be an interesting week for developers working with Microsoft technologies. One area that’s going to get more attention this year is Office and Microsoft Graph.

They’re technologies that are ripe for use across the enterprise, building on Azure Active Directory and Office 365. Microsoft says that more than 100 million people use these services every month.In preparation for Build, I sat down with Ron Howard, director of Office 365 ecosystem, and Larry Jin, senior program manager, both members of the Office developer team.

Their focus—and a big focus at Build—was on how developers can build on top of Office 365’s social features, especially Microsoft Graph and the recently released Teams, to enable a smarter type of workflow called microwork.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here