Windows Live Developer Center launches
Microsoft has unveiled their Windows Live Developer Center, which offers APIs, resources and documentation for developers who want to write applications that connect to Microsoft services. Of course, Virtual Earth is part of the Windows Live platform, and some resources have already been posted for working with its APIs. I am finishing up a column where I give my own thoughts on the whole move to Service Oriented Architectures, and its impact on GIS and geospatial technologies.
But, if you are a developer, or interested in Microsoft’s move toward web-based applications and services, definitely keep an eye on the new Live Developer Center.
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