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    Windows Azure as platform for applications gained attention at Microsoft’s PDC in Redmond, Wash. Platform as a Service [PaaS] is where the future of the cloud computing resides, said Bob Muglia, President of Server and Tools Business for Microsoft. 

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    The open-source version of .NET known as Mono now supports C# 3.0, LINQ, Visual Basic 8. Mono 2.0 also features a debugger for managed code -- a new feature for the project -- as well the Mono Migration Analyzer (MoMA), a tool that analyzes .NET asse... 

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    Long-time Microsoft development leader and WYSIWYG originator Chalres Simonyi told an MIT crowd that a new approach could better enable domain experts such as business analysts to describe their needs to software developers. Simonyi, space traveler a... 

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    Borland has revived the Turbo name with four new development environments, complete with drag-and-drop components, refactoring and data integration. There are C# and C++ versions. 

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