At Microsoft's Professional Development Conference in Los Angeles, Microsoft is planning to provide programmers with the code for the forthcoming Windows Vista (previously code-named Longhorn), Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005.
Microsoft announced they will distribute the code on Tuesday, following the morning speech from Bill Gates and Jim Allchin.
At the same conference, Microsoft is planning to host several sessions on Microsoft Office 12, with the purpose of encouraging developers to build applications based on Office.
The busy week for the software giant doesn't stop here; Microsoft's MSN division intends to publish APIs for MSN Search and Messenger. The APIs will allow developers to integrate the MSN Search and Messenger to their programs. Microsoft will also launch a new developer site dedicated to these MSN APIs.
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