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Wicked Cool Excel Function with Blockspring

A small Y Combinator startup is trying to completely remove all constraints for functions in spreadsheets: It enables users to create and share custom functions for Google Sheets and Office in Node.js, Python, R, JavaScript, PHP and Ruby, running complex calculations in the cloud and pushing the results to your spreadsheet.

Microservice Orchestration with Fleet on Azure

Micro-service architecture, the concept of providing a large scale service as a collection of small, highly available services is becoming increasingly popular in today's modern cloud service deployments. However, with the rise of Docker and other containerization and orchestration technologies, it can be difficult to get started.

Processing Time Series Data with HDInsight Storm

At Microsoft, we are working with a number of car manufacturers on processing telemetry streams. One of the key business scenarios for the incoming real-time car telemetry is to offer real-time driver risk scoring for end user driving guidance applications, fleet administration, and usage-based insurance scenarios.

Building a ReactJS Spreadsheet Component

During the Microsoft Ventures hackathon in May 2015 it became obvious that one of the startups required a standalone Excel-like spreadsheet component for the web. This post describes the resulting React component, how it was built, and how it can be used today.

Office Mail App for Rallyteam

The Microsoft Office Platform is focused on enhancing the collaboration experience. This case study introduces you to Mail apps for Outlook and the ease of building, integrating, and enhancing the collaboration experience for users.

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