Microsoft Whiteboard is now generally available for Windows

Today we are pleased to announce the general availability of the Microsoft Whiteboard app for Windows 10. Whiteboard gives teams a freeform, intelligent canvas for real time ideation, creation, and collaboration.  Since releasing a preview of the app in December, more than 200,000 customers have helped us fine tune the feature set and end user experience.  Based on their feedback we’ve added a number of new features, including text notes, the ability to add and manipulate images, enhancements to shape and table recognition, accessibility improvements, compliance with various global standards, and more.  In addition, the Whiteboard app for iOS and preview on the web will be coming soon.  These releases will mark an important milestone in our journey to make Whiteboard the best tool for freeform collaboration across platforms and form factors. 

 
Create freely, work naturally
Whiteboard provides an infinite canvas where imagination has room to grow.  Draw, type, or add images. 


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Source Code Released: World’s First Pro Free/Open-Source iOS Synthesizer

README.md

We’ve open-sourced the code for this synthesizer so that everyone is able to make changes to the code,
introduce new features, fix bugs, improve efficiency, and keep the synthesizer up-to-date with all
new capabilities of the base operating system.
If you’re new to AudioKit, you can learn more: here. This code and app is made possible by all the contributors to AudioKit, code here. Many of the features of Synth One are availble as modules in AudioKit, allowing you easy access to filters, reverbs, effects, and other DSP processing.
App Store Location
Master and Develop Branches
The two primary branches of this repository are intended to be used as follows:
Master branch will work with the current release version of AudioKit – ie. AudioKit’s “master” branch. Changes should not be made on this branch so that it can be kept as stable as possible.
Develop branch is intended to be built with code from


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How to Install Nextcloud with Nginx on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and configure the latest Nextcloud 13.0.2 release on an Ubuntu 18.04 server. We will run Nextcloud with a Nginx web server and PHP7.1-FPM and use MySQL server as the database system. Nextcloud is a free (Open Source) Dropbox-like software, a fork of the ownCloud project.


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New – Lifecycle Management for Amazon EBS Snapshots

It is always interesting to zoom in on the history of a single AWS service or feature and watch how it has evolved over time in response to customer feedback. For example, Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) launched a decade ago and has been gaining more features and functionality every since. Here are a few of the most significant announcements:
August 2008 – We launched EBS in production form, with support for volumes of up to 1 TB and snapshots to S3.
September 2010 – We gave you the ability to Tag EBS Volumes.
August 2012 – We launched Provisioned IOPS for EBS volumes, allowing you to dial in the level of performance that you need.
June 2014 – We gave you the ability to create SSD-backed EBS volumes.
March 2015 – We gave you the ability to create EBS volumes of up to 16 TB


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