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Microsoft has now posted all of the panels and keynote speeches from last week's BUILD 2012 developer conference on its Channel9.com website, including the concert that preceded the first keynote.
Microsoft completed the BUILD 2012 Hackathon earlier today, awarding app creators some cash for the winning Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 and Windows Azure app that were made in just a few days.
As the BUILD 2012 developers conference ends today in Redmond, Washington, we take a look back at the event that was held, literally, in Microsoft's own back yard.
Microsoft has now released the official BUILD 2012 Windows 8 app in the Windows Store, allowing anyone a way to quickly access information and video from the developers conference.
Windows Phone 8 has added a lot of new features to the mobile operating system, but a notification center isn't one of them. Now, a Microsoft rep has revealed they "ran out of time" on the feature.
We got to check out Neowin.net on a massive 82 inch touch screen from Perceptive Pixel, the company that was recently acquired by Microsoft and is now part of their Office division.
At BUILD 2012, Microsoft held a panel for Kinect for Windows, where the company showed off some future plans, including Kinect Fusion, which promises to add full 3D reconstruction of real objects.
At BUILD 2012, Microsoft talked about their startup accelerator program, which helps new companies get up and running with Windows Azure services, in partnership with TechStars.
We are live, and under the big tent, from Redmond, Washington as we live blog the keynote from the second day of Microsoft's BUILD 2012 Windows developers conference.
Microsoft showed off an US Presidential election tracker app for Office at BUILD 2012 as an example of what developers can made for Office users for the new Office Store download service.
At BUILD 2012, Microsoft is holding a hackathon, where developers have to quickly create new apps for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 under the mentoring of a Microsoft team member.
We got a chance to chat a little bit with Jordan Rudess, the keyboardist who opened up the BUILD 2012 developer conference today with his music and his upcoming Windows 8 apps.
Microsoft is giving everyone who attends BUILD 2012 this week a free Surface RT tablet with 32 GB and a Touch Cover, along with 100 GB of free SkyDrive storage.
Microsoft's BUILD 2012 event will officially begin later today with a keynote address, but the developer conference is getting hit with lots of rain for its big outdoor tent.
The schedule of events for Microsoft's BUILD 2012 conference this week would suggest that the Microsoft Design Language is the new term for the design style in Windows 8 formerly known as "Metro."
Microsoft is putting up a huge tent that can hold 2,000 people on its campus in Redmond, Washington that will be used for its upcoming BUILD 2012 developer conference.
Microsoft has confirmed that it will offer people who cannot attend this October's BUILD 2012 event a way to check out some of the conference online as well as "local developer events."
Microsoft is rumored to be holding some kind of major developer event, similar to 2011's BUILD conference, in October, the same month that Windows 8 is scheduled to launch.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft is thinking about holding its next Build conference for Windows developers sometime in October 2012, although the name of the event might change.