In the latest episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and I discuss Google’s wonderful new antitrust problem in Europe, the new build of Windows 10 Mobile for phones, more Windows Phone news, a Surface 3 update, and some Office news.
Running time: 2:00:55
Tip of the week: You don’t need to pay for Office
Software pick of the week: Office Remote for Android
Enterprise pick of the week: Delve
Microsoft rolls out native mobile versions of Delve (its Flipboard-like app for business users) for iOS, Android
Codename pick of the week: Kratos
Are PowerApps (codenamed Kratos) the way MS will start rolling out microservices on Azure?
Beer pick of the week: Victory Kirsch Gose
Nothing says spring like a cherry gose beer! And it clocks in at a modest 4.8% http:/term/www.victorybeer.com/beers/kirsch-gose/
Also: Ignite attendees — want to come to a beer podcast/tweetup in Chicago? Here’s your chance
Tweet to me in less than 140 characters why you think so many IT Pros are craft beer lovers. Use hashtag #BeerIT. Best 30 answers win free ticket to Patch & Switch “Beer Talk Show” podcast (with me as special guest) on Sunday p.m. at the Loews Hotel. There will be a beer sommelier, free craft beer with food pairings, and more!
Reminder on our other meetups at Build and Ignite
Audible pick of the week: Becoming Steve Jobs
Becoming Steve Jobs by Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli, narrated by: George Newbern.
Not clear we need yet another book about Steve Jobs. But here it is. The official biography is better, especially if you’re more interested in the products he made and less interested in a tortured rewriting of history.