More work remains to be done in the porting effort, but Windows support is now good enough for early adopters to get started.
C11 and C17 become supported C language versions starting with Visual Studio 2019 16.8 Preview 3.
Microsoft is looking to help developers continuously fuzz-test code prior to release, via the open source OneFuzz framework.
Tribuo offers tools for deploying classification, clustering and regression models in Java, along with interfaces to TensorFlow, XGBoost and ONNX.
Microsoft is moving Visual Studio Codespaces into GitHub Codespaces to simplify the developer experience.
Having attained final technical approval from ISO on September 4, C++ 20 is expected to be formally published toward the end of this year.
The Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile plug-in allows developers to write, run, and debug shared code in Android Studio.
Now in public beta, the service can be used to enforce access policies around container images.
Microsoft has nearly completed feature work for F# 5, a planned upgrade to the open source functional language for .NET.
Google Cloud App Modernisation Program offers best practices and tools for developing and delivering better apps faster via Google Cloud.
New AnalysisLevel in the C# compiler introduces warnings for common coding mistakes and other latent bugs in a safe way.
Algorithmia Teams delivers machine learning operations and management for small groups as a pay-as-you-go cloud service.
Gitpod has open sourced its self-named cloud-based IDE platform for automatically spinning up ready-to-code development environments.
Google’s Jib allows developers to optimise the creation of Docker containers for Java apps, and tweak the process by customising plug-ins.
A planned upgrade to the multi-paradigm Ring programming language, version 1.13, is set to feature WebAssembly accommodations.