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Meeting Developers Where They Are - Somasegar's WebLog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs:

there are now SDKs available for working with Windows Azure from .NETNode.jsJava, and PHP.  There’s a developer preview available for using Apache Hadoop on Windows Azure.  We’ve been working closely with 10Gen and the MongoDB community to provide MongoDB database integration for Windows Azure, including deployment packaging, documentation, and code samples.  There’s an updated Eclipse plug-in for Java developers to work with Windows Azure, including support for remote Java debugging.  There’s configuration guidance and documentation available for using Solr with Windows Azure.  There
are Windows Azure Toolkits available not only for Windows Phone and Windows 8, but also for Android and iOS.  And the majority of these projects, and others like Python Tools for Visual Studio, are available under open source licenses. Even from an IDE perspective, Team Explorer Everywhere supports developers accessing Team Foundation Server from Eclipse-based environments running on Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris, AIX, and HP-UX.

Today, MS Open Tech released a new version of the Redis port to Windows, providing, among other improvements, better performance over the version released in February. Additionally, today I’m excited to announce the...(Read whole news on source site)