I'm flying home today, but here are a few more Build 2016-related tibits of interest: Microsoft hid a secret code in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update slide from the keynote, build 14295 is available on ISO, Start menu changes coming, more.
Microsoft’s Build conference is the company’s premier developer event and it is hosted in San Francisco, California. Filled with session diving deep into every facet of it’s latest software, the company uses this event to help outline its strategic initiatives for the remainder of the year.
Highlighting the event are keynotes on day one and two that feature executives like Satya Nadella, Terry Myerson, Scott Guthrie and many more. These keynotes will show off current and upcoming products and how the company plans to transform its software over the next twelve months; these keynotes are live-streamed.
Following the conference, Microsoft will release recorded sessions from the event for those who were not able to attend the conference in person on Channel 9.
The first day of the Build conference is highlighted by a keynote that features consumer and business facing products like Windows 10, Apps, demos of new features and a lot more. Following the keynote is when the deep-dive sessions begin where attendees can get their hands on the latest Microsoft software.
In a very special episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and I are joined by Richard Campbell, Carl Franklin, Rafael Rivera, Tom Warren, and Brad Sams LIVE from the Build 2016 Hub theater.
Microsoft executive vice president Scott Guthrie announced that Xamarin's cross-platform solutions will be integrated into Visual Studio and will be free, even in the (also free) Community edition.
I'm in full-bore Build 2016 mode today, so here's a rundown of some information I've not had a chance to get to personally.
During its Build 2016 keynote address, Microsoft announced that has begun shipping HoloLens to the first wave of developers who had signed up for the Developer Edition.
During its Build 2016 keynote on Wednesday, Microsoft announced a few new high-profile Universal Windows Plaform (UWP) app releases and provided a much-needed update on its Windows Bridges and Xamarin plans.
Microsoft revealed today during its Build 2016 keynote address that the second major Windows 10 milestone, codenamed "Redstone," will be branded as the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. It will include major new features for PCs and Xbox One.
During its Build 2016 keynote address this morning, Microsoft revealed that there are now over 270 million active Windows 10 devices worldwide. That's a big leap over the figure the firm provided back in January.
Brad and I are heading to San Francisco tomorrow for Microsoft's Build 2016 conference. Here's a quick guide to our activities this week, and where and when you can come see us if you're in the area.
to get ready for Build 2016, let's take a look back at last year's show and see how Microsoft came through---or didn't---on its 2015 initiatives. Here, I'm looking specifically at the client-side: Windows 10, the Windows Store, and the Universal Windows Platform (UWP).