RoTM What's that coming over the hill? Is it a robot? A Windows robot?
Remember 1981? You should...
Roundup Great Scott! It's the week at Microsoft
Accidental project managers in the crosshairs with the latest cloudy collaboration release
Remember remember the first of November
Something for the Weekend, Sir? I'm a nonentity, get me out of here
Interview Encrypted sync and faster – up next is Mail and a phone version, CEO promises
Hackers share general public's love of popular programming language
Ignite Hadoop? Spark? Teradata? Oh my!
Top US court will resolve circuit courts' split over non-taxable costs
Comment And they'll keep winning while everyone still wants Gmail and YouTube
Failover is not an option
What's better than one Linux distro? Dozens of 'em, of course!
Our programming language is still number one, insists database goliath
StaffHub takes one for the Teams
Office 365 seen lurking in the wings, sharpening an axe
Except that Eric S Raymond doesn't like codes of conduct
Wardle claims to topple privacy protections in new OS – which comes with security fixes
Challenge accepted? You can download /e/ now
Ignite Lower latency, better availability and Cassandra. What's not to like? Maybe the price
Chrome gets a bit less shiny with auto sign-in
'Twas the night before Ignite and the October 2018 Update is stirring
Still using Skype? Good news! After HOURS of meetings, Microsoft reckons it knows when you're Not Active
Plus: New passive aggressive 'Quiet Mode'
Worst Crystal Maze Challenge ever
Something for the Weekend, Sir? Mindlessly self-indulgent app developers have a laugh at our expense
On-Call Biz decides it's cheaper to bring in minimum wage jockey than fix database
Extended Security Maintenance is here to save the day again (for a price)
Promo Learn everything you need to know about company deployment
Python 2 support for runbooks slithers out of preview
Also in news that will shock no one: HoloLens headgear a must, says Redmond
Old dog still has life in it yet
App-y, app-y, joy, joy: Pain-free software installer Flatpak (kinda) works on Windows Subsystem for Linux
'This is just a bit of fun to see if it can work' says dev
Plus: Machine Learning for .NET, banks call time on Windows Phone, and more
School in Blighty's capital warns diversity can't be afterthought for digital economy
Linux kernel's Torvalds: 'I am truly sorry' for my 'unprofessional' rants, I need a break to get help
Project chief vows to learn to 'understand people’s emotions' after F-bomb explosions
Meanwhile, Chrome 70 Beta rolls out dev and security goodies