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A cloud computing platform and infrastructure for building, deploying and managing applications and services through a worldwide network of Microsoft-managed datacenters.
A high-level, general-purpose programming language, created as an extension of the C programming language, that has object-oriented, generic, and functional features in addition to facilities for low-level memory manipulation.
Formerly Office 365, is a line of subscription services offered by Microsoft which adds to and includes the Microsoft Office product line.
A Microsoft business unit that sets business and product strategy for online advertiser and publisher customers.
A family of Microsoft server products that support large-scale implementation management of enterprise application integration processes.
A Microsoft cross-platform web browser that provides privacy, learning, and accessibility tools.
A suite of Microsoft systems management products that offer solutions for managing datacenter resources, private clouds, and client devices.
Technical documents for protocols, computer languages, standards support, and data portability. The goal with Open Specifications is to help developers open new opportunities to interoperate with Windows, SQL, Office, and SharePoint.
A programming language created by Microsoft that serves a stepping stone for beginners from block-based coding languages to more complex text-based languages.
A family of Microsoft relational database management and analysis systems for e-commerce, line-of-business, and data warehousing solutions.
A website that offers technical information and advanced system utilities to manage, troubleshoot, and diagnose Windows systems and applications.
A family of Microsoft suites of integrated development tools for building applications for Windows, the web and mobile devices.
A family of Microsoft operating systems that run across personal computers, tablets, laptops, phones, internet of things devices, self-contained mixed reality headsets, large collaboration screens, and other devices.