The biannual Windows Developer Day took place on Wednesday March 7, it's an event that takes place shortly before each feature update for Windows 10, meaning that it happens twice a year. The last one was October 10, where the company announced that the Fall Creators Update SDK was available.
This time, aside from not announcing the official name for Redstone 4 (version 1803), now widely believed to become the 'Spring Creators Update' Microsoft did release an updated Windows 10 SDK Preview build 17114. The company also focused on Windows 10 AI capabilities that consumers and businesses will benefit from, along with the release of version 1803.
And now that Windows Developer Day is over, if you missed it, Microsoft has mailed out a recap and link to a video stream so you can catch up with what was discussed during the event.
- Modern applications for a modern workplace—How you can now add modern experiences to your existing Win32, WPF, or Windows Forms applications incrementally
- Artificial intelligence for modern experiences—How to use pre-trained machine learning models in applications to deliver AI experiences
- Windows Internet of Things in the intelligent cloud and intelligent edge—The two editions of Windows IoT we shared to help your applications excel in an interconnected world
Be sure you have enough time, since the video clocks in at an hour and a quarter and covers the entire event's discussion topics, which are listed above.