The final day of the Build 2018 conference is here! I will tell you about the great and awesome sessions from day 3 and the final celebration in Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle!
Third article from my Build 2018 series focuses on day 2 of the conference. We will go through all the cool things from the first keynote, check out a few talks, get the best burger in Seattle and finish ourselves off with some yummy ice cream. Stay tuned!
After a long delay a second entry in my series of Build 2018 blogposts. I will tell you how to get to be the first in line for the keynote, how Azure is getting more important, how AI is the new big thing and how to get yourself a brand new Surface Book 2. Read
After missing out for two years on Microsoft Build I was lucky enough to get an irresistible offer from the Mixed Reality team at Microsoft to join this year’s developer conference in Seattle and naturally I seized this opportunity without second thoughts. This post summarizes the pre-event days – Saturday and Sunday before the show.
Another year has come and with it the fourth annual on-line Microsoft Connect conference. Between 15th and 17th November you could watch the newest goodness from Microsoft for all developers on all platforms. Two main keynotes were dedicated to intelligent cloud and building intelligent applications of the future. Let’s see what Scott Guthrie (of course
From 16. 11. to 18. 11. 2016 the third year in a row the Microsoft Connect(); developer conference took place in New York and had been streamed on-line. The team responsible for the conference promised content full of surprises, announcements and interesting sessions and I can honestly say that they did deliver. The main keynote was
Microsoft Virtual Academy is once agin hosting the “Know it. Prove it.” challenge in February 2016! This challenge gives you the chance to join thousands of others in the epic quest of learning a new tech topic in 29 days with the help of great courses and learning paths available on MVA website. So join
The latest Technical preview builds of Windows 10 (build 10547 onwards) received a very interesting treatment for taskbar app icons of several built-in apps like Store, Outlook Mail, Outlook Calendar or Photos app. If you look closely, you can see that not only are the app icons without any coloful square outline (as default for
Now is the best time to learn Windows 10 development! Microsoft has released an updated version of their developer’s guide to the new Universal Windows Platform for Windows 10 on Microsoft Virtual Academy. Featuring Andy Wigley and Shen Chauhan , this tutorial will walk you through everything new in the Windows 10 development world and will show