Today I’m excited to be blogging from the TV studio at the Bell Harbor Convention Center in Seattle for the live Visual Studio 2012 launch.
Since the Build conference last September, Synergex has been working closely with the Microsoft development teams ensuring that Synergy/DE works seamlessly with all the new exciting Microsoft technologies being released this fall–Visual Studio 2012, Windows 8, and Synergy for Windows Store applications on both ARM and Intel processors. Our team has made several visits up to Redmond to work directly with Microsoft engineers to enhance Visual Studio, Windows 8, and Synergy/DE.
You can download 10.0.3 of Synergy/DE today to start using the latest Visual Studio 2012 features, including the new async and await functionality demonstrated by Microsoft at the visual studio launch event.
I’m also incredibly pleased to talk about our new KitaroDB NoSQL database for Windows Store applications that we are releasing today. Built on our solid, high performance Synergy DBMS product, KitaroDB is the first on disk NoSQL database in the Windows 8 sandbox working with X86, X64 and ARM processors.
We have a Netflix sample application that uses KitaroDB, and in the next few weeks will be launching a great new Windows Store application that takes advantage of KitaroDB for its local persistent storage.
See www.kitarodb.com for more details.