Microsoft releases free Web development tool: Microsoft has announced the availability of WebMatrix, a free Web development tool designed to help website developers of all skill levels easily create, customize and publish websites to the Internet, the company said in a release yesterday. WebMatrix is available in nine languages and includes a set of tools to create new websites, using code provided through a variety of available templates or using existing free open source Web applications, such as WordPress, Joomla!, DotNetNuke and Umbraco, Microsoft said.
(To read the complete release, use the link: http://www.microsoft.com/Presspass/press/2011/jan11/01-13WebMatrixPR.mspx)
India’s Department of Telecom to review IPv6 implementation; world trial on June 8: A couple of days after Internet Society said Facebook, Google and Yahoo! would be among those trialling the new Internet protocol IPv6, Department of Telecom (DoT), Government of India, has reportedly said it would be setting up a panel to review IPv6 implementation and to prepare an IPv6 address policy.
Internet Society on January 12, 2001 said Facebook, Google and Yahoo were joining major content delivery networks Akamai and Limelight Networks, and the Internet Society, for the first global-scale trial of the new Internet Protocol, IPv6. On June 8, 2011, dubbed “World IPv6 Day,” participants will enable IPv6 on their main services for 24 hours.
(To read the complete release on this from Internet Society, use this link: http://isoc.org/wp/newsletter/?p=2902)
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