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The release of 0.9 brings several new features including expanded language features and improved tooling in Visual Studio. Soma Somasegar penned a post that you can read in full here and he states that the new langue service has been rewritten and the result was a dramatic improvement to interactive performance.
Microsoft has been using the TechEd conference in New Orleans this week to give some new information on its upcoming software products and services made mostly for developers, businesses and enterprise customers. One of those products is the upcoming and latest version of its Visual Studio software development tool.
In a new blog post, Microsoft's Brian Harry confirms that the next version will be called, not surprisingly, Visual Studio 2013. A preview version will be made available during Microsoft's BUILD 2013 developer conference later in June.
Among the thousands of file formats that exist in modern computing, the GIF, or Graphics Interchange Format, has attained celebrity status in a sea of lesser-known BMPs, RIPs, FIGs and MIFFs. It was honored as a “word of the year” in 2012, and Tuesday night, its inventor, Steve Wilhite, will be accepting a lifetime achievement award at The Webby Awards.
Now, almost any fragment of digital culture can be spun up into a grainy, gratifying animation. GIFs provide a platform for nearly everything, it seems — from rapid-fire political commentary to digital art to small moments of celebrity intrigue.
Has any file format received more attention, more accolades (or had more fun) than the GIF?
While we are still waiting for Adobe to release a full Windows 8 version of its Photoshop software for the operating system's new interface, the company has decided to launch a free app for Microsoft's latest OS in the meantime that offers its users a number of more basic image editing options.
The free app, Photoshop Express, is now available for download in the Windows Store. Versions of this same software were previously released for iOS and Android. The Windows 8 version allows users to make simple edits to photos such as cropping, rotating and more. It also has a color slider that can adjust an image's exposure, contrast, clarity, vibrancy and more.