Microsoft’s Visual Studio offered to region’s 6,000 net developers
Microsoft Middle East will conduct a special all-day developer session in Dubai to mark the regional launch of Visual Studio.NET, Microsoft’s application development tools for developing .NET based applications. The developer day will cover all aspects of Visual Studio. NET’s capabilities focusing on the significance of XML web services, Microsoft’s blue print for its .NET platform, introduction to Microsoft’s .NET enterprise servers and demonstrations of applications built on the .NET platform.
Microsoft’s .NET platform is a set of Microsoft software technologies that enables the creation and use of XML-based applications, processes and Web sites as services that allow applications to communicate and share data over the Internet, regardless of operating system or programming language.
"The Middle East is home to over 6000 strong and vibrant developer community and Microsoft is delivering the tools and technologies for these developers to build intelligent and futuristic applications that can be accessed from anytime, anyplace and from any device,” Mohammed Kateeb, Microsoft Middle East managing director, said.
Founded in 1975, Microsoft is a leader in software, services and Internet technologies for personal and business computing. Microsoft opened its Dubai-based Middle East headquarters office in 1991, which now oversees operations in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) as well as Yemen and Pakistan, while Microsoft Egypt oversees operations in the East Mediterranean region. In the last 10 years, Microsoft has opened local offices in Lebanon, Jordan, Kuwait, Pakistan and Oman. — (menareport.com)
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