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By Brett Winterford | Dec 20, 2013 | Comment Now 
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Eclipse challenges Visual Studio .NET 
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Study shows that development environment snapping at Redmond's heels.
 
Eclipse wins Microsoft award 
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Local services outfit Eclipse Computing has been announced the winner of the Microsoft Business Solutions Outstanding Partner of the Year (Asia Pacific category).
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