Microsoft kicked off its annual Build developer conference this morning in San Francisco, and in the opening keynote for the event, they covered tons of new features that will be coming to Azure, Office 365, and the star of the show, Windows 10. If you happened to miss it, you can now view the keynote on demand here.
The presentation included live demos of HoloLens and Edge, the new name for the web browser formerly known as Project Spartan. There was even a cool demo of Windows 10 for phones driving a keyboard, mouse, and external monitor.
But we won't spoil all of the details for you. The on-demand webcast runs to nearly 3 hours, which is quite lengthy. But if you don't have time to watch the whole thing, you can still check out some of the biggest headlines from the event here.
Of course, there is still a live stream of sessions going on where they will continue to talk about developer-focused topics over the next couple of days. You can view that specific stream here.