Here’s to the new faces.

Welcome to the rebooted Make Web Not War website 2.0. Along with the usual suspects, we’ve added some fresh faces to the team! Each one of our FNGs (double acronym on G for girl/guy) will be sharing their story in separate posts. I’ll start by intruducing myself. Bruce Chau Growing up as a geek with … Continued

Make Web Not War Windows 8 app is out

Just out from the oven, the Windows 8 application for our Make Web Not War blog is now live on the Windows Store! Like I wrote in my blog post about MetroPress, the guys from IdeaNotion were working on a version for our site. They used the free Open Source template to create the application. There … Continued

Open Source & Microsoft, some resources

Are you serious? A blog post about Microsoft, and Open Source! Yes, we have been playing well with others for a couple of years now, and I think it would be nice to let you know about some resources for you. Open at Microsoft – This is site is the main place about everything … Continued

Java also loves the Cloud

Fellow Java developers, I didn’t want to leave you alone yesterday with my blog post about PHP in the cloud. As a former Java developer, I created Java applications and Applets for around 5 years, I’m sure you also want to know if you can scale your application in the cloud. The answer is yes: … Continued

PHP in the cloud

You probably know that we have a cloud computing solution at Microsoft named Windows Azure. You may think that because it’s a Microsoft service it’s only about ASP.NET? The answer is no! You can use many technology in our cloud solution, like Java, Python, ASP.NET, Ruby, Node.js and PHP. When we talked about PHP on … Continued

Do you CARE?

Authored by Kowsheek Mahmood of Three Red Cubes Care is an application that started out as a competition entry for Code Your Art Out. We  partnered with Techsoup Canada and Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada to  build Care as a platform to connect patients with their healthcare professionals. The Idea Techsoup Canada drew up the initial … Continued